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Forum Bugs/Suggestions / Re: Like/Thanks Button
« Last post by WeatherHost on Today at 09:12:16 AM »
I think some might be confused as to where the notion originated.  No one ever heard of it before 'that' place.  I resist everything about and from there.

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I made the settings, resetting the model, resetting my application but the WiFi Logger is still sending "rtpproxy.bad_ipv4" error messages :(

OK. I need to test it. We are talking about Weather Display software?
WD

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Hello again,

I made the settings, resetting the model, resetting my application but the WiFi Logger is still sending "rtpproxy.bad_ipv4" error messages :(

Kind regards,
Chris
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"Reconfigure WiFiLogger to wireless data logger - WFL won't make own exports, it will be like USB/RS232, but wireless" - This is exactly what I need. How do I configure it?
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Go to SETUP->SYSTEM
SET
Web Interface:       DISABLE
TCP Port: MANUAL  PAUSE
Local Device ID(*): ENABLE
Upload Data:          DISABLE
Sleep Mode:           DISABLE
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In the old days, there was only the 1050 Hz tone that would un-mute the radio and make it wake up. SAME was added later.
With the tone, if the radio could receive it, the tone would make it come on. Since the radio plays everything, you would get all alerts for any county in the reception area.

Greg H.
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Well before my time as I was just a kid.... But Wikipedia offers some history.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Specific_Area_Message_Encoding
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On the German coast of the North Sea, the height of the tides depends on the speed of the current along the coast.
When the current moves at a speed of 1 km / h, the height of the tides will be one meter.
Approximately the tide table will look like this:
1 km / h - 1 meter.
2 km / h - 2 meter.
3 km / h - 3 meter.
And so on.
On the German coast of the Baltic Sea, the height of the tides depends on the speed of the current along the coast.
When the current moves at a speed of 0.1 km / h, the height of the tides will be 0.1 meter.
Approximately the tide table will look like this:
0.1 km / h - 0.1 meter.
0.2 km / h - 0.2 meter.
0.3 km / h - 0.3 meter.
And so on.
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Forum Bugs/Suggestions / Re: Like/Thanks Button
« Last post by Bashy on Today at 08:19:45 AM »
I think there must be a misunderstanding, no one i asking for FB to come here, only the idea of of a thumbs up or like option, but, as the admin have already disussed and declined, i suppose what ever is said here is moot anyway :D
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after almost 48 hrs trial and error I finaly made it WORKED , I noticed why my weewx cant parse my data coming from the observer IP although I check it using echo on its socket and it reads the weather data, i noticed that I installed TWO weewx programs at /etc/weewx and the other at /home/weewx and I dont know how to delete the one on /home/weewx since the real weewx functional is on /etc/weewx. Thanks for the tip. I finally made my weewx to capture data using listening on it socket using interceptor.

The only problem for me to resolve is how to send this on my FTP, I get confused between below......


Good to hear you are getting data in Weew. As for your remaining problems to solve I recommend you post in the Weewx sub to get better help from those that use Weewx. I've never actually done it. I've been too spoiled and lazy with my Meteobridge as it just works so well.
https://www.wxforum.net/index.php?board=119.0

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Thanks to Tom Abell who alerted me to these experimental NWS WPC graphics, I was finally able to assemble a script for the Saratoga template in order to selectively display them.  They are published by select WFO's, and I think the list is comprehensive with all of the non-contributors weeded out.

There are several winter weather variables whose maps contribute to the final Winter Storm Severity Index.  These are selectable per WFO via a second drop-down.

The script is available on my scripts page.  Be aware that there's a link to the StandAlone version in the script, so it should be uploaded as well.
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