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General Weather Discussion / Re: WiFiLogger
« Last post by crawdad62 on Today at 01:18:11 AM »
Thanks for the replies. Hmmm well I’m going to read and re-read the thread at wxforums. Scaled Instruments is a good place and the owner replies quickly. I may shoot him an email.
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WeatherCat iOS Clients / Re: WeatherCatRCP 1.1 (180812) for iOS Beta
« Last post by Blicj11 on Today at 12:04:31 AM »
I just tried again and it will not let me install it. I am using iOS 12, watchOS 5 and the new Test Flight version that came out last week or so. See attached, but note that the suggested workaround does not work. I cannot install on a Series 2 watch.
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WeatherCat iOS Clients / Re: WeatherCatRCP 1.1 (180812) for iOS Beta
« Last post by The Grand Poohbah on Yesterday at 11:31:57 PM »
Grand:

When I went to install this build on my Watch running watchOS 5.0 I got a message that this is not from a trusted developer. What gives? I trust you.

And I trust you.

Maybe WatchOS 5.0 doesn't trust me. In order to be a "Trusted Developer" like yours truly one must build the app with a Developer ID provided by Apple. WeatherCatRCP was built this way. I haven't found anything that indicates why this is happening. We'll have to see if others have the same problem.
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General Computing/Macintosh / Thanks for the confirmation (Re: Mojave??)
« Last post by elagache on Yesterday at 11:11:54 PM »
Dear Weatheraardvark, Blick, and WeatherCat faithful,

I made the jump.   I also have the fusion APFS.. had to look for that.      WeatherCat works just fine.   It was initially a little slower but I think it needed to find any new location or protocol.  But it does work.

Thanks for the confirmation Weatheraardvark.  We had some positive reports from people running the beta, but your's is the first confirmation of the finished product.  Since you have a Davis station that is at least one product line that has successfully made the jump.

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]
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Dear crawdad62, Blick, and WeatherCat Davis fans,

Is anyone using the WiFiLoggerhttps://www.scaledinstruments.com/shop/davis-instruments/wifilogger/ and if so does WeatherCat play well with it?

I had seen this item on the Scaled Instruments website, but was so busy I didn't investigate, so thanks for your question.  Scaled Instruments has this link with more information on the product:

https://www.weatherstations.co.uk/wifi-logger.htm

I'm quoting from the key paragraph below:

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WiFi connection to a local computer running weather station software The WFL behaves essentially like a local WeatherlinkIP logger and offers exactly the same data formats as the standard Davis logger, including real-time (LOOP and LOOP2) and archive/summary data. As a result, it should interface to any software that can connect locally to a WeatherlinkIP logger via TCP/IP – this includes CumulusMX, Weather Display, Weatherlink, Weathercat (for Mac users) and several others. (Note: Software is not supplied with the WiFi logger but should be downloaded from the main site for each program);

So according to the manufacturer, this device is supposed to work with WeatherCat.  However, as far as I know, nobody has reported successfully doing this on this forum anyway.  It's worth a try, but definitely make sure you understand your return options - just in case!

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]
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General Computing/Macintosh / Re: Mojave?? Remember!! You are askin' for it!
« Last post by Blicj11 on Yesterday at 11:00:34 PM »
Thanks for the update. So I assume that your APFS conversion came off well with no problems. That is great news for us Fusion Driver owners.
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I made the jump.   I also have the fusion APFS.. had to look for that.      WeatherCat works just fine.   It was initially a little slower but I think it needed to find any new location or protocol.  But it does work.

Took about 2 hours to get up and running.

This is a good little start up to watchhttps://9to5mac.com/2018/09/24/macos-mojave-top-features-changes-video/?pushup=1

On suggestion, do clean extra photos and crap off your computer before updating. Be sure things are turned off such as Weather cat , messages, etc.    the more free disk space you have the better.  The download is 8.5gb   

But for me things are working right now until I tinker and screw the up.
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General Weather Discussion / Re: WiFiLogger
« Last post by Blicj11 on Yesterday at 07:18:20 PM »
I have not seen that product before, so thanks for posting. I have been to the manufacturer's site several times and looked at their stuff, which appears to be well designed and built. I have a Davis WeatherLinkIP™ Data Logger and just plug it into the port of an Apple Airport Express, which allows me to put the console wherever I desire.
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General Weather Discussion / WiFiLogger
« Last post by crawdad62 on Yesterday at 06:23:58 PM »
Is anyone using the WiFiLoggerhttps://www.scaledinstruments.com/shop/davis-instruments/wifilogger/ and if so does WeatherCat play well with it?
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General Computing/Macintosh / Re: Mojave?? Remember!! You are askin' for it!
« Last post by wurzelmac on Yesterday at 04:45:26 PM »
xair,
no no no... my mini won't die until a "new" mini is born.  cmu:-)
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