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WeatherLink by Davis Instruments / Re: WeatherLink.com 2 vs. WL(PC)
« Last post by kaymann on Yesterday at 11:36:53 PM »
Greetings Johnd,

Having the WL2 android app for a day now,I can see it is really jammed packed with all the info I would want in a weather app.  Just missing Moon rise/set :-)

Fantastic

Randall
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WeatherLink by Davis Instruments / Re: WeatherLink.com 2 vs. WL(PC)
« Last post by kaymann on Yesterday at 11:30:36 PM »
Are differences because of WL2 or are they just an updated interface?

The differences have obviously been introduced with WL2, wouldn't be as a result of WL2 but would appear a deliberate part of WL2. WL1 probably could have had everybody create a viewing account as well but that didn't occur however WL2 is a flow on from WL1 learnings?   

Sorry, I was not clear - I was referring to the Saratoga Template...
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Custom Website Templates / Re: Leuven SteelSeries JPGraph PHP Error Message
« Last post by mldenison on Yesterday at 11:08:05 PM »
All fixed with the new jpgraph files.

My only question (previous version as well) concerns the humidity gauge,  The hover graph for the temperature gauge displays the correct graph for either the outside and inside temperature.  The hover graph for the humidity gauge displays the outside humidity for both the outside and inside humidity.

Does this mean that WD is not capturing and/or uploading the inside humidity?

Thanks
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Working fine for me, too.
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My enthusiasm for the display of the image timestamp was premature.  It blew up today when they started repopulating the directories with fresh images.  i've used a new routine to determine the current images' times, and it appears to be holding up OK.

Similarly my attempt to display the current GMT along with Zulu times wasn't successful.  I've reverted to just a display of the current date along with a Zulu time.  This routine will break down as each month rolls over at midnight into the next and of course at the New Year, but this shouldn't be a big problem.  A manual page refresh will update the date while the time should just keep on ticking.

Latest zip is here, as usual, and the script's output can be 'View'ed there as well.

Breezy, I understand your frustration, but unless fresh images keep appearing regularly your dashboard's current display might be a little broken if you try to use the GOES16, aka a sometimes stalled GOES-East, images via my old iframe script.  I will think about a new display for you that incorporates a timestamp and is based on the current iframe script.  Edit:  I see that the timestamp is already there, although I wish nesdis.noaa would use yellow text so it wouldn't disappear into the clouds.

The view isn't working as of Tues. night, so I'm glad I didn't change mine, since two changes ago, since mine works.
Not sure what you mean, Bunty.  The images are coming out regularly and being displayed by my current script.
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Weather Web Site Help / Re: This crazy error...
« Last post by mkutche on Yesterday at 10:17:17 PM »
I guess its the file usage?? File Usage
250,044 / 250,000

but when I goto upgrade it won't show anything to upgrade..
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Weather Web Site Help / This crazy error...
« Last post by mkutche on Yesterday at 10:07:26 PM »
I goto my website, www.gosportwx.com and get this...
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Warning: session_start(): open(/tmp/sess_31878b78c9e16fb6064d8387c32e7dfa, O_RDWR) failed: Disk quota exceeded (122) in /home/hj2ke8lfpx43/public_html/Settings.php on line 353

Warning: session_start(): Failed to read session data: files (path: ) in /home/hj2ke8lfpx43/public_html/Settings.php on line 353

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/hj2ke8lfpx43/public_html/Settings.php:353) in /home/hj2ke8lfpx43/public_html/top.php on line 43

My host is godaddy but it says I haven't used that much space..
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My enthusiasm for the display of the image timestamp was premature.  It blew up today when they started repopulating the directories with fresh images.  i've used a new routine to determine the current images' times, and it appears to be holding up OK.

Similarly my attempt to display the current GMT along with Zulu times wasn't successful.  I've reverted to just a display of the current date along with a Zulu time.  This routine will break down as each month rolls over at midnight into the next and of course at the New Year, but this shouldn't be a big problem.  A manual page refresh will update the date while the time should just keep on ticking.

Latest zip is here, as usual, and the script's output can be 'View'ed there as well.

Breezy, I understand your frustration, but unless fresh images keep appearing regularly your dashboard's current display might be a little broken if you try to use the GOES16, aka a sometimes stalled GOES-East, images via my old iframe script.  I will think about a new display for you that incorporates a timestamp and is based on the current iframe script.  Edit:  I see that the timestamp is already there, although I wish nesdis.noaa would use yellow text so it wouldn't disappear into the clouds.

The view isn't working as of Tues. night, so I'm glad I didn't change mine, since two changes ago, since mine works.
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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Fall/Winter '17-'18
« Last post by Bunty on Yesterday at 09:39:19 PM »
The winter here, so far, has been remarkably almost snow free.  Just a lightly frosted ground from one instance.  The official winter amount for total snow in Oklahoma City is only .1".

Much of Oklahoma, except for the northwest part, got a cold light rain Saturday night.  Many places got a 1/3 of an inch or more to put a small dent in the drought.  So reports of out of control grass fires today would, unsurprisingly, be in the northwest part of the state.

It may come another cold rain tonight and Tuesday. Rainfall amounts between three quarters and one inch possible.  The rest of the week is supposed to be cloudy and rainy. 

No snow in the picture through March 5.  It will be interesting to see if March can come up with a good snow storm, like it does some winters.  I sure won't complain, if it doesn't. 
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Ambient Weather Station / Re: WS-1400-IP Wind Vane Balance Improvement
« Last post by rormeister on Yesterday at 09:19:11 PM »
Itís more about the length of the feather. Short reach means a lot of movement. So if it is balanced better it should (hypothetically) dampen the movement somewhat. The unit would be more forgiving if the vane were 8 inches or so.
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