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Pyre
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Doesn't seem to work unfortunately. I tried a handful of others including en-GB but it always returns Fahrenheit. If I'm the only one with this issue I'll muddle about and see if I can get it to return Celsius somehow.
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Well, I'm not sure what could be going on for you..


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Hmm... I do see an unrelated problem though. That skin isn't handling the fact that the data for "today" disappears and should be replaced by the data for "tonight" after a point in the afternoon. I'll fix that in the morning.
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Re: SketchyWeather

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Do you know if there's any way to force Celsius outside of changing the language? Good fix for the later-in-day weather info, working for me :thumbup:
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Pyre wrote: June 8th, 2020, 5:23 pm Do you know if there's any way to force Celsius outside of changing the language? Good fix for the later-in-day weather info, working for me :thumbup:
No, you have to change the language to en-CA to get English with Celsius.
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Re: SketchyWeather

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Ok, I think I have fully addressed the new issues with the weather.com site.

Please get the .rmskin in the first post of this thread.

ONE IMPORTANT NOTE!

The new approach of using the API for the weather.com JSON requires a change to how you access a particular location.

All of the location "codes", like USVA0944 or bbd510e73cb5870f973cea9253bb1f9bfe239a129dfc2b89589cbb6d2d46b4bc or 22308 and such are NO LONGER SUPPORTED.

The new approach requires that you provide a Latitude and Longitude in the WeatherComJSONVariables.inc file. See that file for details on how you can get that for your location.

Please read WeatherCOMJSONVariables.inc carefully, it HAS changed.
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Re: SketchyWeather

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It works perfectly well. Thanks
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Re: SketchyWeather

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This is another cool little dood! I was wondering how to change the color of the text.
I can not see the white that well.
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VGer517 wrote: August 22nd, 2020, 3:50 am This is another cool little dood! I was wondering how to change the color of the text.
I can not see the white that well.
If you start with SketchyWeatherGlow.ini and edit it, you can:

Change all FontColor=249,250,251,200 to FontColor=38,171,255,200
On each of the meters displaying an icon, add the line ImageTint=38,171,255

Save and refresh the skin. Now it's all "blue" instead of "white". Use any RGB color that pleases you.


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jsmorley wrote: August 22nd, 2020, 4:04 am If you start with SketchyWeatherGlow.ini and edit it, you can:

Change all FontColor=249,250,251,200 to FontColor=38,171,255,200
On each of the meters displaying an icon, add the line ImageTint=38,171,255

Save and refresh the skin. Now it's all "blue" instead of "white". Use any RGB color that pleases you.



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Thank you so much!
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VGer517 wrote: August 22nd, 2020, 4:14 am Thank you so much!
Glad to help.