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WeatherUnderground / Re: Storm app no longer supported and doesn't work
« Last post by ocala on Today at 05:36:02 AM »
Best alternative Iíve for so far is Weather Mate Pro.

http://www.weathermate.net/

It allows you to use your PWS and has a good map with lots of options although not as good as Storm. Daily and hourly forecast are also available. Again not as nice a format as Storm. But much better than new Storm replacementent.

So far Weather Mate Pro was worth the $2. There is a free version as well.
This is the IOS app. There is an Android app with the same name that looks to be pretty bad. It hasn't been updated in 5 years. Stay away.
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WeatherUnderground / Re: Storm app no longer supported and doesn't work
« Last post by WxFox on Today at 04:22:33 AM »
Best alternative Iíve for so far is Weather Mate Pro.

http://www.weathermate.net/

It allows you to use your PWS and has a good map with lots of options although not as good as Storm. Daily and hourly forecast are also available. Again not as nice a format as Storm. But much better than new Storm replacementent.

So far Weather Mate Pro was worth the $2. There is a free version as well.
BEST WEATHER APP EVER!! I installed this and it's far better than even Storm. So much information! So configurable. Great UI and features. Looks great too. Get this app!
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Ken,

I'm trying to implement the regional mesonet map v4.00 in my Saratoga template, but I get some errors concerning the translation script, the
registered weather stations don't appear on the map together with the footer!

http://www.meteothes.gr/wxmesonetmap.php

I also get the same behavior with the standalone script:

http://www.meteothes.gr/mesonet-map.php

All scripts are located at the root directory.

When I run the script from it's own directory, the standalone version runs fine!

http://www.meteothes.gr/mesonet-map/mesonet-map.php

Any ideas?

Thanos
I see
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Warning: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is no longer supported, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/thanos/public_html/mesonet-map-lang-el.txt on line 262

Warning: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is no longer supported, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/thanos/public_html/mesonet-map-lang-el.txt on line 262

Warning: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is no longer supported, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/thanos/public_html/mesonet-map-lang-el.txt on line 262

on the page.  Grrr... thought I'd replaced the preg_replace e modifier calls.
Try the attached and see if it fixes the lang=el issue.
Edit: D'Oh.. forgot to comment the e out!  Try again.

Ken, thanks for the fix, there is probably a typo in line 262, a redundant comma character and I get the following error message:

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ',' in /home/thanos/public_html/mesonet-map-lang-el.txt on line 262

$temp = preg_replace_callback('|'.$svrTZ.'|',,$timestring);

I removed it and the standalone version runs without any issue from its own directory, but from the root (all files placed and configured in root) I get another error:

http://www.meteothes.gr/mesonet-map.php

Warning: preg_replace_callback() expects at least 3 parameters, 2 given in /home/thanos/public_html/mesonet-map-lang-el.txt on line 262

I believe that there's a configuration error here, but I've checked all files many times and look ok...  :???:
Another issue is that, although the map appears, the stations don't!

How can I run the file wxmesonetmap.php not from the root, but from another directory like /mesonet-map? The standalone version is running fine there!

http://www.meteothes.gr/mesonet-map/mesonet-map.php

PHP version: 7.1.17

Thanos

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Minor glitch... the fly-out menus appear behind the map zoom control.
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Don, I also tried a shutdown. Left it off for ~30 minutes. No good. Even if it had fixed it that wouldn't explain why it's also failing on the PC and certainly shutting down the iMac wouldn't have been expected to fix the other computer.
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That's the view before the tabber script cuts in an redraws the page in tabs.  Glad a reboot of the system cleared the cobwebs from Chrome for you Don!
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Weather Web Site Help / Re: Feels like temps too high
« Last post by saratogaWX on Today at 12:13:05 AM »
Do a shift-reload of the home page.. you likely have the browser caching the old script.  I see 80 before and after the AJAX cuts in.
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Weather Web Site Help / Re: Feels like temps too high
« Last post by steviebaby59 on Yesterday at 11:56:28 PM »
Well, I'm sorry for being such a nuisance. I've done what you instructed and I still have the same issue.
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John - that is the exact screen I had (I couldn't capture it either). But it only happened with Chrome. Drove me nuts. So, in frustration, I shut-down my computer and let it sit for about 10 minutes. Upon restart, all was well again. I have no idea what it could have been though. Probably a Windows10 feature!  :twisted:
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