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WeatherCat Releases / Re: WeatherCat Version 3.0.0 Now Available
« Last post by ELO on Today at 03:40:50 PM »
Ok Blick,

You nudged and shamed me into getting off my lazy "can" and updating my steel gauges to v2.6.4  [cheers1]

It took me a while to sort out the changes I'd made to the older 2.4.2 .js file several years ago, but I've now joined the modern world. Thanks.

Happy for your progress. Let us know how it turns out when you have verified.
I am running 10.13.3 and do not have the never sleep option on the energy saving panel. I can tell it not to sleep when the monitor sleeps. I am running the app to never sleep but I don't think I need it after repairing the weather station. It took Weather Underground 24 hours to recover from the bad historical data I unloaded. This morning the Personal Weather Station (PWS) started showing summary data and started the graphs. Weather Station and WC appear to be running perfect. It will take a few more days to be sure. About the time I loaded the never sleep app, we had 4 days of sunny weather before clouds came back in. I think the sunny days was what made me think the never sleep app fixed my problem. After a few days or being up I will remove the never sleep app and test.  Thanks for the help

Thanks for the information. running smooth but it will take several days to tell for sure.
Just for the sake of completeness, you can also clear it directly using the Davis WeatherLink software if you kept your copy.

Hahaha. I forgot about that because I threw my copy away about 11 years ago.
Dear WeatherCat observers of the natural world,

Now that we are officially in Spring, I have a puzzle related to the trees that started blooming in January.  Here is a picture of the same trees taken today:

The two pink blooming trees in the background still don't have any leaves.  The tree that blooms white has just started to produce leaves.  If you compare its progress to the plum tree on the extreme left, it has barely started to produce leaves while the larger tree is almost in its normal leaf configuration.

I had thought that all three trees had somehow died shortly after blooming in January.  It would have been a surprise considering the mild weather, but it was possible.  However, clearly the white blooming tree is alive.  I've never known of trees that could bloom and return to being dormant for a while before finally sprouting leaves.  So this is definitely a new one on me.  Will the pink blooming trees finally come to life after all?  Stay tuned!

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]
WeatherCat Web Templates / Re: Steel Gauges
« Last post by Blicj11 on Yesterday at 09:32:03 PM »
Thanks for the quick reply and the suggestions. You are probably right about whether or not its useful. I have always wanted to try it just to see what it looks like. I will give it a go and report back.
Dear N4KHQ, Blick, and WeatherCat station caregivers, . . . .

Ok, senile old men don't need weather stations.

 [wink] . . . . . True, but that doesn't mean some men really, really want them! . . . .  [biggrin]

I did not want to wait for a Davis repair so I ordered a transmitter.
. . . . .

Yup!  When it comes to weather data I really wait to lose any more than necessary.

It is your data logger that is storing historical data.  . . . .

Just for the sake of completeness, you can also clear it directly using the Davis WeatherLink software if you kept your copy.

Let us know how you are progressing.  Hopefully your station will be back to normal soon!

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]
WeatherCat Web Templates / Re: Steel Gauges
« Last post by mcrossley on Yesterday at 09:11:42 PM »
I've not really found much use for this though!
WeatherCat Web Templates / Re: Steel Gauges
« Last post by mcrossley on Yesterday at 09:09:31 PM »
Thanks, well it still works!

You have uncommented an example at line 382, add the comment characters back in there.
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            //    params.customLayer = _imgBackground;
Then at each singleXxxxx() gauge definition where you want the image to appear, add the line...
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params.customLayer = _imgBackground;to the rest of the parameters.

Line 738 in the temperature gauge - singleTemp() already has an example commented out, just remove the comment from this gauge to test the feature, you can do others later.

You should then see something like this...
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