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WeatherCat General Discussion / Re: WeatherCat Client for High Serria
« Last post by Blicj11 on Today at 07:14:58 PM »
The Client was re-written to 64-bit sometime after the 3.0 build 2224. I am running the Client fine on macOS 10.13.6, and the Client version I have is 2.0.0. The 32-bit Client app was version 1.6.1. Version 2.0.0 is the most recent 64-bit app and there is no newer version. Randall, is it possible you still have a copy of the old Client on your machine (perhaps in a folder) that needs to be deleted?
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WeatherCat General Discussion / Re: WeatherCat Client for High Serria
« Last post by JosBaz on Today at 01:24:39 PM »
....WC 2.X.X ran just fine on High Sierra before WC 3.0.0 was publicly released in March of this year.



This made me wonder why I don't have the WC Client V3.0.0. running. [rolleyes2] How do I get it?
The 'WeatherCat Miscellaneous Files' link on https://trixology.com/WeatherCat/ still gives you V2.0.0. and downloading WC 3.0.2 from that same page does not include the Client as far as I can see.

Jos
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WeatherCat General Discussion / Re: WeatherCat Client for High Serria
« Last post by Randall75 on Today at 12:27:52 PM »
Yes Felix the OS said it needs to be optimize to run correctly on High Sierra
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WeatherCat General Discussion / Re: WeatherCat Client for High Serria
« Last post by Felix on Today at 11:51:29 AM »
As Jos noted, WC 2.X.X ran just fine on High Sierra before WC 3.0.0 was publicly released in March of this year.


Is that WC telling you it needs updating? You didn't mean the macOS alerted you to the need for an update did you?
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Certainly looks interesting. My VP2 still has the datalogger with a serial connection, plugged into a Keyspan USB to Serial adapter attached to my Mac Mini.
It's 2018 so it may be time for a 'technology refresh'.

Next to all the benefits you already mentioned, I would finally be able to move my VP2 Console away from the Mac Mini.

We'll let you do the beta-testing. Let us know how things go.  ThU32:-)
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There are changes for "RapidFire" updates which could be the cause of the problem. 
Could you first test with "RapidFire" not selected?
Just using the "slow'" 1 or 2 minutes updates.

Wim
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Strange one... should work (as you say). Have you tried the typical steps to try and breathe some life into it again?

- stop and restart the process
- reboot and restart WC
- change the settings (e.g. set the update rate to 5 mins) and deselect the 'Log Sent Data' option

FWIW: this is what my settings look like.

Jos
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WeatherCat General Discussion / Re: WeatherCat Client for High Serria
« Last post by JosBaz on Today at 08:19:39 AM »
That is interesting. Not much help probably, but FYI: I was running the WC Client 2.0.0 on High Sierra without problems, and it continues to work fine since I upgraded to Mojave: no complaints from macOS...

Jos
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My weather station has stopped uploading data to weather underground on October 16, 2018 @ 4:58 EDST. WeatherCat is not attempting to send any reports to WU although it indicates "current status  = Running. This setup has been uploading to WU for many years without an difficulty. I am using a DavisPro weather station, iMac, and weather cat software, all with latest updates. It is uploading data to CWOP without interruption.

A few minutes ago I switched to WeatherSnoop, latest updated software and it is uploading data to both WU and CWOP. I prefer using WeatherCat software. Any suggestions as to what may be wrong? Thanks
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WeatherCat General Discussion / WeatherCat Client for High Serria
« Last post by Randall75 on Today at 02:05:41 AM »
Is there a new WeatherCat Client that is optimized for High Sierra it tells me that WC Client 2.0 needs to be updated.
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