Not app, but skin. Sorry, but have to correct this detail, because Rainmeter doesn't work with apps.Bobcatlady wrote:I installed rainmeter and tried to use the glass weather app.
In addition to what eclectic-tech said, I'd just add how to change the location, in the Galsses Weather skin, by VClouds (please let me - us - know if not this is the skin in question).eclectic-tech wrote:The GLASSES weather skins (all 14 versions) work... they were already modified to correct this threads issue.
Simply change the settings to set your weather location/unit and use them.
If you are using a different skin, then paste a link to it, and say what isn't working.
Method 1 (manual): Replace the Location and Unit variables under the [Variables] section of the file. This file stores a lot of settings (here I have to say it's a very weird thing to not place the UserVariables.inc into the @Resources folder, although the suite uses a such folder - but this is the author's choice). You can find your location code, searching here: https://weather.codes/
Method 2 (through the Settings tool): Click the Settings button, available in the menu which can be open by clicking the down arrow, in the upper right corner of the skin. This will open the config.exe app, which can be used to make the needed settings.