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Translate Weather Conditions in weather skins

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jsmorley
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Translate Weather Conditions in weather skins

Post by jsmorley »

I have added a new "Tips and Tricks" to the documentation site explaining how to translate text like "Partly Cloudy" to your native language in a weather skin.

http://rainmeter.net/cms/Tips-WeatherSkinTranslate
kicklOp
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Re: Translate Weather Conditions in weather skins

Post by kicklOp »

hello!
i'm using this feed: http://xml.weather.com/weather/local/HRXX0005?cc=*&unit=m
and when it returns weather description, sometimes it says: "PM showers". this description, and few others, aren't listed in the manual given by your link.
i know how to use command SUBSTITUTE, but i don't want to wait the weather to change so i could add another description translation to the SUBSTITUTE command line.
is there any other weather description list available?
thanks
sgtevmckay

Re: Translate Weather Conditions in weather skins

Post by sgtevmckay »

kicklOp wrote:hello!
i'm using this feed: http://xml.weather.com/weather/local/HRXX0005?cc=*&unit=m
and when it returns weather description, sometimes it says: "PM showers". this description, and few others, aren't listed in the manual given by your link.
i know how to use command SUBSTITUTE, but i don't want to wait the weather to change so i could add another description translation to the SUBSTITUTE command line.
is there any other weather description list available?
thanks
What you see is what you get per se.
I have been working on the Substitute list for 2 years and I do not have it all.
So you can imagine the difficulty in creating a completed list.
kicklOp
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Re: Translate Weather Conditions in weather skins

Post by kicklOp »

:uhuh:
tought so...
well, at least: thanks for quick reply...
sgtevmckay

Re: Translate Weather Conditions in weather skins

Post by sgtevmckay »

Sure thing friend.

If I ever get to a point where I think I have a full translation, I will post it ;) :great: