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General Weather Discussion / Re: Welcome to Summer 2018!
« Last post by WCDev on Yesterday at 11:17:51 PM »
Great pictures Edouard  [tup]
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General Weather Discussion / Re: Welcome to Summer 2018!
« Last post by Blicj11 on Yesterday at 11:14:31 PM »
Are they edible?

I can tell that summer has arrived here on the mountain because I can almost keep my windows open at night without having to wear a parka around the house in the evening.
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General Weather Discussion / First fruits of the season. (Re: Summer 2018!)
« Last post by elagache on Yesterday at 10:37:02 PM »
Dear Blick and WeatherCat observers of the seasons turning,

I have one more sign of summer:



I don't know if these yellow plums are native, but I do know they grow very well in the wild.  I had to remove not 1, but 4! of these trees that were trying to get a start on the western edge of our property!  At least the food supply for the wild critters is starting to improve.

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]
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WeatherCat iOS Clients / Re: WeatherCatRCP 1.1 (180619) for iOS Beta
« Last post by David on Yesterday at 10:09:48 PM »
David,

I think I accidentally deleted your feature request (that's one way to deal with them, eh?  :))

INDEED! Hahaha
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WeatherCat iOS Clients / Re: WeatherCatRCP 1.1 (180619) for iOS Beta
« Last post by David on Yesterday at 10:08:19 PM »
I’d use it for a few reasons that I can think of.

1. Because I’m a data nerd and want to look back at the stats that are so nicely put together in WCRCP for iOS.
2. To share with friends and make them jealous.
3. It would be nice to have the final output along side the code to arrange them on my computer. I could do it with screen shots, but if I could copy the whole output report, it would make things nice.
4. To send to myself and look at them on my computer.
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WeatherCat iOS Clients / Re: WeatherCatRCP 1.1 (180619) for iOS Beta
« Last post by The Grand Poohbah on Yesterday at 09:40:48 PM »
David,

I think I accidentally deleted your feature request (that's one way to deal with them, eh?  :))

You asked for a "copy" of the report. Tell me more - why copy, what would you do with the copy, etc.?
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WeatherCat iOS Clients / Re: WeatherCatRCP 1.1 (180619) for iOS Beta
« Last post by The Grand Poohbah on Yesterday at 09:34:36 PM »
Bug #2: WC-RCP iOS Connects to ddns.net from local (on WiFi) network (This is the same network the WC-RCP server is on.), acknowledges the server from the Manage WeatherCat Servers page, but reports that it is not a WC-RCP server on Channels, Reports, and etc pages. This is not a high priority bug in my opinion, it's just a little misleading.

This is not a high priority bug in my opinion, it's just causes a little confusion at first.

The next time a "...is not a WeatherCat server" appears, tap the appropriate radio button for the server you are using. This will cause a retry which usually fixes the problem.

If you send me your URL in a message and I will attempt to reproduce the bug.
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WeatherCat iOS Clients / Re: WeatherCatRCP 1.1 (180619) for iOS Beta
« Last post by The Grand Poohbah on Yesterday at 09:30:45 PM »
Bug report: Classic WC (in WC-RCP) locks app.

This occurred when I tried to access the classic WC server using the "Classic" mode from WeatherCatRCP. At the time I was not on the appropriate network for the selected server. The WC "Classic" mode produced the attached screenshot and it took quite a bit of fiddling with the app (killing it, changing between LTE and WiFi) to get anything (iOS WC-RCP or iOS WC-RCP Classic) to work properly. I was still able to use the classic WC iOS app to access the classic WC server during this time. I'll try to recreate it and provide more details but for now this is all I have.

Here's how I attempted to reproduce this bug: I went to WeatherCatRCP/Classic and accessed a server. I tapped the home button and changed the WiFi gateway in Settings/Wi-Fi. I then went back to WeatherCatRCP. The Gateway change Alert appeared on the WeatherCatRCP/Classic screen and everything worked as it should. The "Locked" that was in your Classic status line indicates that some other communication problem occurred. See if you can recreate the steps that caused the "Locked" status.
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WeatherCat Feature Requests / Re: OS X WeatherCat RCP Client
« Last post by WCDev on Yesterday at 09:09:38 PM »
Sylvester was replaced with the Twitter client in WeatherCat 3. And yes, there are plans for an RCP based desktop client, but it isn't in the immediate future. A 64 bit client is available as of V3.0.1 - see http://athena.trixology.com/index.php?topic=2755.0 for details.

Cheers,
Stu.
 
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WeatherCat iOS Clients / Re: WeatherCatRCP 1.1 (180619) for iOS Beta
« Last post by David on Yesterday at 06:48:31 PM »
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Would it be possible to enable “zoom” on each of the “Graph” pages?

It wouldn't provide any more detail because the graph is an image. One would just be zooming in on fewer pixels.
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