A Krasnosel’skii-type theorem for compact sets that are starshaped via staircase paths may be extended to compact sets that
are starshaped via orthogonally convex paths: Let S be a nonempty compact planar set having connected complement. If every
two points of S are visible via orthogonally convex paths from a common point of S, then S is starshaped via orthogonally convex paths. Moreover, the associated kernel Ker S has the expected property that every two of its points are joined in Ker S by an orthogonally convex path. If S is an arbitrary nonempty planar set that is starshaped via orthogonally convex paths, then for each component C of Ker S, every two of points of C are joined in C by an orthogonally convex path.