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HELP: WeatherWeek measure date error

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HELP: WeatherWeek measure date error

Post by romiokasuga »

Having error with WeatherWeek displaying the measure date. showing "di" "wo" and "do"
tried to fix it by changing the measured date but do not see any issue in it.
Please see attached screenshot.
Seeking for some help here.
Thanks in advance!
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Re: HELP: WeatherWeek measure date error

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romiokasuga wrote: July 18th, 2022, 8:06 am Having error with WeatherWeek displaying the measure date. showing "di" "wo" and "do"
tried to fix it by changing the measured date but do not see any issue in it.
Please see attached screenshot.
Seeking for some help here.
Thanks in advance!
If you share your code we can help :thumbup:
I don't know where i going from here, but i promise it won't be boring... :great:
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Re: HELP: WeatherWeek measure date error

Post by romiokasuga »

Thanks tass_co!

not familar with that, therefore copied everything below.

:???:

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[Rainmeter]
DragGroup=WP7Panel
Group=Panel | Weather
Author=Xyrfo and fediaFedia


MouseActionCursor=0
MiddleMouseUpAction=!DeactivateConfig
Update=3000
Blur=#globalblurenable#
BlurRegion=#blurtype#,(5-#Padding#),(5-#Padding#),((#Height#*#TypeW#*#ScaleDpi#+#PaddingW#+(#Padding#))),((#Height#*#TypeH#*#ScaleDpi#+#PaddingH#+(#Padding#))),#blurcornerradius#

RightMouseUpAction=[!SkinCustomMenu]
ContextTitle=#Settings#
ContextAction=["#@#Common\Config\config.exe" #PanelType# "#CURRENTCONFIG#" "#CURRENTFILE#" "#SETTINGSPATH#" "#SKINSPATH#" "#PROGRAMPATH#"]
ContextTitle2=#Refresh#
ContextAction2=[!Refresh #CurrentConfig#]
ContextTitle3=#Close#
ContextAction3=[!DeactivateConfig]
ContextTitle4=----
ContextAction4=[]
ContextTitle5=#Personalization#
ContextAction5=[!WriteKeyValue Variables LastCat "cat6" "#ROOTCONFIGPATH#\Gallery\scroll.inc"][!ActivateConfig "wp7\Gallery" "Main.ini"]
ContextTitle6=#AddItems#
ContextAction6=[!WriteKeyValue Variables LastCat "cat2" "#ROOTCONFIGPATH#\Gallery\scroll.inc"][!ActivateConfig "wp7\Gallery" "Main.ini"]
ContextTitle7=----
ContextAction7=[]
ContextTitle8=#MoreActions#
ContextAction8=[!SkinMenu]

LeftMouseUpAction=!Execute ["https://weather.com/weather/today/"]

[Metadata]
Version=7.0
Information=Weather Forecast
License=Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License

[Variables]
Height=150
PanelType=double

@include=#@#Common\Variables\UserVariables.inc
@include1=#@#Common\Variables\Languages\#MainLanguage#.inc
@include2=#@#Common\color\color.inc
@include3=#@#Config\Panels\WeatherForecast\UserVariables.inc
@include4=#@##Structure#\#PanelType#\Main.inc



@Include5=#@#Common\Weather\WeatherComJSONVariables.inc
@Include6=#@#Common\Weather\WeatherComJSONMeasures5Day.inc
[bcg]
Meter=Image
SolidColor=#textcolor2#,50
W=(((#Height#*2+10)/5+#padding#))*#scaledpi#
H=((#Height#+(#padding#*2)))*#scaledpi#
X=((5-#padding#))*#scaledpi#
Y=((5-#padding#))*#scaledpi#
Hidden=#HighlightCurrentDay#

[Style]
FontColor=255,255,255
FontSize=((#Height#/15+1))*#scaledpi#
FontFace=#FontFaceLight#
AntiAlias=1



[MeterTemp]
Meter=String
MeterStyle=Style
FontSize=((#Height#/7))*#scaledpi#
X=((#Height#/3.94))*#scaledpi#
FontFace=#FontTypeWP#
Y=((#Height#/1.5))*#scaledpi#
FontColor=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
Postfix="°"
MeasureName=@CurrentTemperature
StringAlign=CENTER

[MeterDay]
Meter=String
MeterStyle=Style
X=((5+(#Height#/4.58)))*#scaledpi#
Y=((#Height#/7.5))*#scaledpi#
FontColor=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
AntiAlias=1
FontFace=#FontTypeWP#
MeasureName=Date
StringAlign=CENTER

[MeterIcon]
MeasureName=@CurrentIcon
ImagePath="#@#Graphics\Icons\Weather\#IconType#\"
ImageTint=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
Meter=Image
X=(8)*#scaledpi#
Y=((#Height#/3))*#scaledpi#
W=((#Height#/2.7))*#scaledpi#
Hidden=0
Antialias=1


[MeterTemp1]
MeasureName=@ForecastDay2HighTemperature
MeterStyle=Style
Meter=String
FontFace=#FontTypeWP#
X=((#Height#/1.5))*#scaledpi#
FontColor=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
Y=((#Height#/1.5+2))*#scaledpi#
Postfix="°"
StringAlign=CENTER

[MeterTemp11]
MeasureName=@ForecastDay2LowTemperature
Meter=String
MeterStyle=Style
FontFace=#FontTypeWP#
X=((#Height#/1.5))*#scaledpi#
StringAlign=CENTER
Y=((#Height#/1.23))*#scaledpi#
Postfix="°"
FontColor=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
[MeterDay1]
MeasureName=@ForecastDay2DayShort
Meter=String
MeterStyle=Style
X=((5+(#Height#/1.61)))*#scaledpi#
FontColor=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
Y=((#Height#/7.5))*#scaledpi#
FontFace=#FontTypeWP#
StringAlign=CENTER

[MeterIcon1]
Meter=Image
MeasureName=@ForecastDay2DayIcon
ImagePath="#@#Graphics\Icons\Weather\#IconType#\"
ImageTint=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
X=((5+(#Height#/2.33)))*#scaledpi#
Y=((#Height#/3))*#scaledpi#
W=((#Height#/2.7))*#scaledpi#
Antialias=1
[MeterTemp2]
MeasureName=@ForecastDay3HighTemperature
Meter=String
MeterStyle=Style
X=((#Height#/0.925))*#scaledpi#
FontFace=#FontTypeWP#
StringAlign=CENTER
FontColor=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
Y=((#Height#/1.5+2))*#scaledpi#
Postfix="°"

[MeterTemp21]
MeasureName=@ForecastDay3LowTemperature
Meter=String
MeterStyle=Style
X=((#Height#/0.925))*#scaledpi#
StringAlign=CENTER
Y=((#Height#/1.23))*#scaledpi#
FontFace=#FontTypeWP#
FontColor=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
Postfix="°"

[MeterDay2]
MeasureName=@ForecastDay2DayShort
Meter=String
MeterStyle=Style
X=((5+(#Height#/0.9677)))*#scaledpi#
FontColor=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
Y=((#Height#/7.5))*#scaledpi#
StringAlign=CENTER
FontFace=#FontTypeWP#

[MeterIcon2]
MeasureName=@ForecastDay3DayIcon
ImagePath="#@#Graphics\Icons\Weather\#IconType#\"
ImageTint=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
Meter=Image
X=((5+(#Height#/6*5)))*#scaledpi#
Y=((#Height#/3))*#scaledpi#
W=((#Height#/2.7))*#scaledpi#
Antialias=1

[MeterTemp3]
MeasureName=@ForecastDay4HighTemperature
Meter=String
MeterStyle=Style
X=((#Height#/0.669))*#scaledpi#
Y=((#Height#/1.5+2))*#scaledpi#
FontColor=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
FontFace=#FontTypeWP#
StringAlign=CENTER
Postfix="°"

[MeterTemp31]
MeasureName=@ForecastDay4LowTemperature
Meter=String
MeterStyle=Style
FontFace=#FontTypeWP#
X=((#Height#/0.669))*#scaledpi#
StringAlign=CENTER
Y=((#Height#/1.23))*#scaledpi#
Postfix="°"
FontColor=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
[MeterDay3]
MeasureName=@ForecastDay3DayShort
Meter=String
MeterStyle=Style
X=((5+(#Height#/0.6912)))*#scaledpi#
Y=((#Height#/7.5))*#scaledpi#
FontFace=#FontTypeWP#
FontColor=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
StringAlign=CENTER

[MeterIcon3]
MeasureName=@ForecastDay4DayIcon
ImagePath="#@#Graphics\Icons\Weather\#IconType#\"
ImageTint=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
Meter=Image
X=((5+(#Height#/0.8)))*#scaledpi#
Y=((#Height#/3))*#scaledpi#
W=((#Height#/2.7))*#scaledpi#
Antialias=1

[MeterTemp4]
MeasureName=@ForecastDay5HighTemperature
Meter=String
MeterStyle=Style
FontColor=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
FontFace=#FontTypeWP#
X=((#Height#/0.524))*#scaledpi#
Y=((#Height#/1.5+2))*#scaledpi#
Postfix="°"
StringAlign=CENTER

[MeterTemp41]
MeasureName=@ForecastDay5LowTemperature
Meter=String
MeterStyle=Style
X=((#Height#/0.5244))*#scaledpi#
FontFace=#FontTypeWP#
Y=((#Height#/1.23))*#scaledpi#
FontColor=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
StringAlign=CENTER
Postfix="°"

[MeterDay4]
MeasureName=@ForecastDay4DayShort
Meter=String
MeterStyle=Style
X=((5+(#Height#/0.537)))*#scaledpi#
FontColor=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
Y=((#Height#/7.5))*#scaledpi#
StringAlign=CENTER
FontFace=#FontTypeWP#

[MeterIcon4]
MeasureName=@ForecastDay5DayIcon
ImagePath="#@#Graphics\Icons\Weather\#IconType#\"
ImageTint=#textcolor2#,#paneltitleopacity#
Meter=Image
X=((5+(#Height#/0.6022)))*#scaledpi#
Y=((#Height#/3))*#scaledpi#
W=((#Height#/2.7))*#scaledpi#
Antialias=1
Last edited by eclectic-tech on July 18th, 2022, 12:54 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: HELP: WeatherWeek measure date error

Post by balala »

romiokasuga wrote: July 18th, 2022, 12:52 pm not familar with that, therefore copied everything below.
Not useful at all, because the skin uses a lot of included files (the files listed into the @IncludeX options of the [Variables] section). Those files are in fact needed, because there probably you should change only one variable, but not knowing the content of all those files, no one can tell which. So please pack the whole content of the config (the folder under the Skins folder, which contains the file whose code you've posted) and upload the package here. This is the easiest way to can help you, because this way we'll have all needed files.
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Re: HELP: WeatherWeek measure date error

Post by tass_co »

romiokasuga wrote: July 18th, 2022, 12:52 pm Thanks tass_co!

not familar with that, therefore copied everything below.

:???:
I found your skin and installed it and I had the same problem.
To fix this;

1. Right click on skin and "Personalization"
2. Click "Units, Display and Fonts" in the window that opens.
3. Select which language you want to use from the Language section.
4. Finish :thumbup:

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Re: HELP: WeatherWeek measure date error

Post by romiokasuga »

tass_co wrote: July 18th, 2022, 7:52 pm I found your skin and installed it and I had the same problem.
To fix this;

1. Right click on skin and "Personalization"
2. Click "Units, Display and Fonts" in the window that opens.
3. Select which language you want to use from the Language section.
4. Finish :thumbup:


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Tass_co you are legend. it works!
Thank you so much!
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Re: HELP: WeatherWeek measure date error

Post by tass_co »

romiokasuga wrote: July 19th, 2022, 6:29 am Tass_co you are legend. it works!
Thank you so much!
:thumbup:
I don't know where i going from here, but i promise it won't be boring... :great: