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WeatherCat Feature Requests / Re: Alexa Skill
« Last post by crawdad62 on January 07, 2019, 10:58:02 PM »
There's a skill. Personal Weather-Weather Underground PWS. It pulls your PWS data from WU. Works well (even though it was sort of a PITA to link up). Just ask "Alexa ask personal weather current conditions"
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Just curious if PurpleAir integration is still a possibility? I just purchased a unit this week. There is some rumbling that WU will be able to access and show PurpleAir data. And as mentioned Weather Display has this feature so there has to be a fairly (?) straightforward way if accessing data.
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WeatherCat General Discussion / rain year graph
« Last post by gilbertdh on January 07, 2019, 10:41:42 PM »
I'd like to make a custom graph for the desktop that shows the month to month rain for the defined rain year (for me, July-July) rather than the calendar year. This doesn't seem to be possible, but I thought I would ask...

Thanks,
David
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If it's just pointing to a file on your drive (such as one created by WC), you might try "file:///completePathToFile" as in file:///Users/yourUserName/Documents/Sites/Home_Page.html. It probably depends on the app making the request. There is also AppleScript.
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It is a way to call another app (residing on your device) from another app. For example, within the Indigo app you could call the Dark sky app with darksky://.


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WeatherCat 3 has a Rich Client Protocol (RCP) to get information from WeatherCat. An RCP query is a URL such as http://localhost:49255/webtag/STAT$TEMPERATURE:CURRENT$. Replace "localhost" with the address of a local or remote machine running WeatherCat to get the requested data.

Try this: Enter http://www.trixology-eng.com:49255/webtag/STAT$TEMPERATURE:CURRENT$ into the address field of your favorite browser. You will receive a XML reply containing the current temperature from the Trixology test server. Appendix 7 in the WeatherCat 3 User Manual has detailed information about the RCP.

The XML reply to a RCP query is unique to WeatherCat and only "understood" by WeatherCatRCP. WeatherCatRCP uses RCP to make its queries, but does not reply to RCP queries like WeatherCat does.

There is a WeatherCat SDK is designed to allow third parties to develop application plug-ins for WeatherCat. See the WeatherCat 3 User Manual for more information about the SDK.

Meteotemplate has an API, but I am not familiar enough with it to know if it will help you.
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WeatherCat General Discussion / Re: WeatherCat with Two Weather Stations?
« Last post by Naby on January 07, 2019, 08:25:40 PM »
Thanks. I have a PC also so I may just run some other software on it and be done with it.

Chris
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It is a way to call another app (residing on your device) from another app. For example, within the Indigo app you could call the Dark sky app with darksky://.


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WeatherCat Web Templates / Re: HomeWeatherStation-template for WeatherCat
« Last post by Blicj11 on January 07, 2019, 06:57:51 PM »
Let us know how this turns out for you.
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WeatherCat Web Templates / Re: HomeWeatherStation-template for WeatherCat
« Last post by wvdkuil on January 07, 2019, 06:54:20 PM »
Wim
I don't know for sure, but I believe CGI uploading has not changed from the manual. I don't use it but Stu did a pretty thorough edit of the manual for WC 3.0 and he didn't change the CGI section.
Well then we have to use a normal FTP upload as the CGI does not contain all fields.
Will make a few tests this month and see how it goes.

Wim
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Please explain what you mean by "URL scheme".
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