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Issues with Moxaweather

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mansueto
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Issues with Moxaweather

mansueto » April 1st, 2010, 3:27 am

As the title says, I'm having issues with the Moxaweather feature. I am new to the program so I had some trouble configuring my layout but I have it all set now except for the weather. I've got my weather code but it refuses to display the temperature in celsius. I have tried using the weather code with a =c at the end and in the enigma.ini I set the unit to c. Can't seem to figure it out and a search didn't seem to work for me.

I did try reading the documentation but the suggestion to simply change the f to c or include the =c at the end of the weather rrs feed code didn't work either. I also saw you asked people for their config codes. If you do ask for that, could you please tell me how to find that also?

Thanks,
Matt
wasky1
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Re: Issues with Moxaweather

wasky1 » April 1st, 2010, 5:52 am

its an "m" not a "c" - for the scale unless moxa weather works different i dont know. and usually when someone asks for the code, this is the text in the .ini file which is your skin. this can be found by right clicking your skin, hovering "skin menu" and clicking on "edit skin"
hope this helps
mansueto
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Re: Issues with Moxaweather

mansueto » April 1st, 2010, 8:02 pm

No such luck, tried the m instead of c and refreshed but still in farenheit.

Here is my code if it helps.

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; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; ENIGMA CLOCK (L)
; Class: Sidebar

[Rainmeter]
Author=Kaelri.LCD@gmail.com
AppVersion=1001000
Update=1000
MiddleMouseDownAction=!RainmeterActivateConfig #CURRENTCONFIG# Little-Clock-Left.ini

[Metadata]
Name=Enigma Clock | Little Clock
Config=Enigma | Sidebar | Clock
Description=This large analog clock also shows the weekday, date and your current location. | Variants include a smaller clock, a left-aligned clock, or both.
Instructions=Set your Weather Code to show your location. | I've provided several different clock faces. To use a different clock, change the variable "ClockFace" the clock that you want to use.
Version=2.6
Tags=Time | Sidebar | Yahoo! Weather
License=Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 3.0
Preview=#SKINSPATH#Enigma\Resources\Images\Preview.png
Variant=2

[Variables]
@include=#SKINSPATH#Enigma\Resources\Variables\UserVariables.inc
ClockFace=EnigmaClock.#ColorIcon#

; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; MEASURES

[MeasureTime]
Measure=Time

[MeasureWeek]
Measure=Time
Format="%A"

[MeasureDate]
Measure=Time
Format="%#d %B, %Y"

[MeasureLocation]
Measure=Plugin
Plugin=Plugins\WebParser.dll
Url=http://weather.yahooapis.com/forecastrss?p=#WeatherCode#&u=#Unit#
RegExp=(?siU)<link.*>(.*)</link>.*city=\"(.*)\".*sunrise=\"(.*)\".*sunset=\"(.*)\".*<image>.*<url>(.*)</url>.*<title>.*:.*m .*(.*)</title>.*lat>(.*)<.*long>(.*)<.*yweather:condition.*text=\"(.*)\".*code=\"(.*)\".*temp=\"(.*)\".*yweather:forecast.*day=\"(.*)\".*high=\"(.*)\".*code=\"(.*)\".*yweather:forecast.*day=\"(.*)\".*high=\"(.*)\".*code=\"(.*)\".*
StringIndex=2
UpdateRate=86400

; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; METERS

[Clock]
Meter=IMAGE
ImageName=#SKINSPATH#Enigma\Resources\Images\Clock\#ClockFace#.png
X=22
Y=22
W=60
H=60
OffsetX=0
OffsetY=0

[Seconds]
Meter=ROUNDLINE
MeasureName=MeasureTime
X=r
Y=r
W=60
H=60
LineWidth=1
StartAngle=4.7123889
RotationAngle=6.2831853
LineLength=21
LineStart=0
AntiAlias=1
LineColor=#ColorActive#
Solid=0
ValueReminder=60

[Hours]
Meter=ROUNDLINE
MeterStyle=Seconds
LineWidth=2
LineLength=14
LineColor=#Color1#
ValueReminder=43200

[Minutes]
Meter=ROUNDLINE
MeterStyle=Seconds
LineWidth=2
LineLength=20
LineColor=#Color1#
ValueReminder=3600

;-------------------------
; WEEK, DATE & LOCATION

[Week]
Meter=STRING
MeasureName=MeasureWeek
X=90
Y=27
W=150
StringStyle=BOLD
StringAlign=LEFT
FontColor=#Color1#
FontSize=#Height4#
FontFace=#Font#
AntiAlias=1

[Date]
Meter=STRING
MeterStyle=Week
MeasureName=MeasureDate
X=5r
Y=20r
StringStyle=NORMAL
FontColor=#Color2#

[Location]
Meter=STRING
MeterStyle=Week
MeasureName=MeasureLocation
X=-5r
Y=20r
StringStyle=NORMAL
FontColor=#Color2#
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Benjamin Linus
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Re: Issues with Moxaweather

Benjamin Linus » April 1st, 2010, 8:13 pm

unit=c
change in the enigma configuration.ini only no need to edit anything else.
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mansueto
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Re: Issues with Moxaweather

mansueto » April 1st, 2010, 11:00 pm

I don't understand, in the enigma.ini I have the unit set to c, in the description it was unit or something and f or c, it has been set to c the entire time.
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Benjamin Linus
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Re: Issues with Moxaweather

Benjamin Linus » April 2nd, 2010, 7:52 am

mansueto wrote:I don't understand, in the enigma.ini I have the unit set to c, in the description it was unit or something and f or c, it has been set to c the entire time.
not the enigma.ini.
use configuration.ini for editing as i already suggested :)
If you have been changing enigma.ini maybe a fresh install is in order as you have possibly 'broken' the code.
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mansueto
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Re: Issues with Moxaweather

mansueto » April 2nd, 2010, 10:52 pm

Ohh, i have been modifying the configuration.ini. I have tried setting the units to both c and m and in the weather code trying both c and m, neither seem to work.
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Benjamin Linus
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Re: Issues with Moxaweather

Benjamin Linus » April 3rd, 2010, 8:15 am

:(

I'm sorry you are still having problems.
Make sure you are using the right path for the configuration tool :Enigma\Resources\Variables\EnigmaConfigure
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