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JSBarometer

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Re: JSBarometer

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shellerik wrote: April 29th, 2020, 1:18 am What a wonderful idea for a weather skin! I was able to easily customize it to fit in with my existing skins.

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Very nice.
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Re: JSBarometer

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Corrected the .rmskin in the first post of this thread to change the @Include .inc files to reflect the new V3 version of the JSON on weather.com.
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Re: JSBarometer

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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.