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Alas, when the brand new engine failed, suddenly the urgent need for a new phone kinda of disappeared. . . .

I do not want to hijack this thread with the wagon, but on your wagon thread, it may be time for you to post an update on the old Buick. In the meantime, my WeatherCat iPhone app is no longer having this problem with not being able to find the local setting. It does, however, lose the settings for Good comms, Bad comms and Sensor errors every time it has to re-establish the connection, whether it be local or Internet.
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Re: WeatherCat app cannot see "Local"
« Reply #61 on: June 12, 2014, 11:41:40 PM »
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I do not want to hijack this thread with the wagon, but on your wagon thread, it may be time for you to post an update on the old Buick. In the meantime, my WeatherCat iPhone app is no longer having this problem with not being able to find the local setting. It does, however, lose the settings for Good comms, Bad comms and Sensor errors every time it has to re-establish the connection, whether it be local or Internet.

That will be fixed in the next iPhone update. It was reported fixed in the iPad version that's currently in review.