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WeatherLink by Davis Instruments / Re: Weatherlink.com 2.0 announced
« Last post by PaulMy on Today at 10:50:08 AM »
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To see the upload time you must have the tools pane on the right hand side of eg the Bulletin screen closed. If you can see an 'x' in the top right of the screen then the tools pane is likely still open.
Got it :oops: , thanks John,
Paul
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WeatherLink by Davis Instruments / Re: Weatherlink.com 2.0 announced
« Last post by johnd on Today at 10:41:01 AM »
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The last update time is there, but you need the tools pane on the right-hand side closed to see it (you can reopen it with the hamburger, top-right) - it's not ideal UI design but it is there.
@johnd can you indicate exactly where I can see the latest update time/date?  I have often looked for it and just can't see it anywhere.  Is it perhaps because I am uploading with WiFiLogger and using free version?

I doubt that it's anything to do with the WFL but can't be 100% sure.

To see the upload time you must have the tools pane on the right hand side of eg the Bulletin screen closed. If you can see an 'x' in the top right within the Bulletin screen then the tools pane is likely still open. The last update time is then on the right of the second title line - the same line as the station name and the icons for the Bulletin or Summary display. As before, if an update times out the reported last update time turns red.
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Hi Wojciech,

Sorry for any confusion I may have caused.  My previous post was agreeing with you to maintain the 1000ms resolution timer for rapid fire.  There is no need to clutter up the code to allow higher a resolution.  Like you've already mentioned, the difference is not noticeable.

Joe
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Hi Wojtek, great but still not 100% understanding, and having the manual option seems like the most appropriate to suit different software possibilities.
Enjoy,Paul

Yes manual pause it's a good tool, but auto pause always on will avoid collisions with WiFiLogger internal functions. It will be more proof for user mistakes.

I will make two options: manual, auto,
but in future I would like to leave only auto when it proves its value. It will much more easy to operate for new users.
WiFiLogger needs to be natural to operate.

First we will check if somebody will need manual pause.
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WeatherUnderground / Re: WU - Let us know your issues
« Last post by Mike Fitz on Today at 10:27:18 AM »
I get the same blank WunderMap with Chrome Version 67.0.3396.87, error "Missing Mapbox GL JS CSS" in the upper left. Lots of errors showing in developer tools. Left a message on the Trello board as well.
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timer is always integer. It's milliseconds count.
I am using two timers. 1s and 1min. I have just used this 1s for RapidFire.
Please not that 0.5s it does not matter much. After sending WiFiLogger waits for response up to 7s.
It's working fine and keep uploading every 3s, but it's an Internet, it has limited latency.
I don't think that 0.5s makes any difference.

If you like I can start next timer 0.1 special for RapidFire. Then math will be ok, but reality will be the same.
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I am testing now auto pause for Cumulus/WeatherLink connection.
It works perfectly. I don't know why I didn't make it in a first step.

I have a question to the WiFiLogger users. Should I leave manual trigger for pause with manual duration setup? Or should I make only auto pause enable option, or auto pause should works always?
Hi Wojtek, great but still not 100% understanding, and having the manual option seems like the most appropriate to suit different software possibilities.

Enjoy,
Paul
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WeatherUnderground / Re: WU - Let us know your issues
« Last post by gardengrub on Today at 10:15:24 AM »
Hoping everyone's webcams are back up and running now.  Limited resources mean having to prioritize, PWS has been our focus lately.

I noticed that my webcam began functioning again yesterday.  It uses the URL method and had been offline since March 25.  Thanks.
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WeatherLink by Davis Instruments / Re: Weatherlink.com 2.0 announced
« Last post by PaulMy on Today at 10:07:04 AM »
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The last update time is there, but you need the tools pane on the right-hand side closed to see it (you can reopen it with the hamburger, top-right) - it's not ideal UI design but it is there.
@johnd can you indicate exactly where I can see the latest update time/date?  I have often looked for it and just can't see it anywhere.  Is it perhaps because I am uploading with WiFiLogger and using free version?
Paul


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Wooooow  \:D/ this is another LEVEL.
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