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Weather Website PHP/AJAX scripting / Re: Curly's Wx Story script
« Last post by tmabell on Today at 10:42:45 AM »
I hope what I found helps someone eventually.  I will say that I am not skilled enough in php to be able to explain why most every site worked but a few, even after the fixes by RRRICK8 but they didn't.  ("Northern Indiana" is the one I was focused on.)  I was able to prove that the image was being retrieved but that the script wasn't processing it.  I learned that by replacing

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$imgName   = '';

with this

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$imgName   = array();

that the KIWX image suddenly began displaying correctly.  Why other sites worked before I don't know but I'd like to learn about it.  The wild card here is that I am using PHP 7.2.  There are a number of changes that affect our scripts in that version.

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WeatherUnderground / Re: Wunderground map page not responding
« Last post by aulen2002 on Today at 10:28:19 AM »
Have had this occurrence for over a year - the page seems to "time out" when left open and needs to be refreshed.
AcuRite Weather Stations / Re: AcuRite Access??
« Last post by Glenn on Today at 10:04:00 AM »
I may give this a shot if I can get on the pre-buy list. My current hub for my CT station has dropped twice yesterday and once last weekend. I can't figure out the reason. It does this from time to time, then it's fine for weeks, then it'll happen again out of the blue. Hoping the newer unit will yield a stronger connection.
AcuRite Weather Stations / Re: AcuRite Access??
« Last post by daman on Today at 09:32:46 AM »
I wonder why they didn't opt for a external antenna on the access? You would think reception would be greatly improved with that set up.
/// the new meters were installed by NVEnergy
Betcha they're smart meters / demand conservation.... 2 neighbors my location installed 'em... had to drop my gains 20-40% both red and blue especially for SW direction. Depends on weather conditions.... worse when they want AC on... these may or may not, depending, drive into interference... but sure generate a heck of a lot of 'near M' ... doesn't bother E field that much.
Other Weather Software / Display xtraTemp1 in Saratoga Templates
« Last post by lobsterman on Today at 09:24:57 AM »
I have a seawater temp input from a second temp sensor transmitted from a wireless Davis 6332. How do I pick up that value to display it in the Saratoga Templates? The uploading device is a Meteobridge. The MB Live Data displays it as Outdoor temp #1.

I imagine I have to insert it in the HTTP upload to conds.php (like [th0temp-act]), but what is the format for the extraTemp1? Then I imagine I also have to modify the genMBtags.php file too, yes?

Couldn't find a tutorial on this and would appreciate pointers if such exist.
WeatherUnderground / Re: Wunderground map page not responding
« Last post by jackman on Today at 08:53:40 AM »
It's working fine on my Win7 PC using Chrome.
I'm going to keep it at API level for now it is far easier in general for the end user to use . I will also have it using the websocket method this is far friendlier (for me at the moment) for displaying dynamically changing content i.e our weather station data and I have relatively good success with this during the last few days . UDP Im very uneducated and absolutely no  knowledge of UDP on how it communicates to a hosted server on the world wide web , I understand the local router point and use of port 50222 perhaps I could just use dd-wrt based router and redirect the content ?

if you understand how does UDP interact with a hosted server ? .  I can see how software can easily use this but Ive yet to understand how to get a hosted server.

im all ears and willing to learn


CoCoRaHS / Re: down?
« Last post by miraculon on Today at 08:49:43 AM »
Hi Greg,

I am able to get in into here at work and on my phone.


Thanks, John. I just tried again and it is working now.

Greg H.

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