weatherist34 wrote:Good morning and it’s a new dawn it’s a new day and a new year for me ...
What would you like to see implemented into the template , I’m open to ideas that do not destroy the appearance and turn it into a aircraft cockpit dashboard ideally like to use visuals and not just a text value .
If you have ideas a sample or mock up idea would be appreciated , the ideas can always be implemented into a extra page like wxcharts option .
Going forward there is no significant change on the horizon , been working on a dedicated weatherflow version but until the hardware is out of field test it won’t be of much use to anyone unless your a part of the field test or received some hardware for testing.
The release this morning just contains minor fixes that really doesn’t effect any cumulus based users so it’s not totally necessary to change anything or update.
I’ve removed the U.K. mph option from the header it caused lots of confusion for other users not using that combination of mph and Celsius .
So looking forward to another year on the template front as things are really comfortable to develop with having now dropped the weather display support so everything seems more reliable and somewhat stable .
Anyway reference the rain chart modification if it’s what every one would like I can simply reverse the chart data and release a simple upgrade file replacement for the today’s rainfall chart display.
Good morning Brian and a Happy New Year,
Ideas for new features. I share my weather station with the local community and I get frequent requests from naturalists for historical data particularly when they are trying to establish whether there are climate causes for population spurts or decline in wild life. A simple way of retrieving graphic historical yearly data on a separate page but maintaining the module approach. Each pane to display a small version of a yearly graph which then opens a pop-up window on clicking a mouse-link. The year selected as a menu item. Please see my (very) rough sketch.
I also like dplinkpdx's modification to the rain chart.
As always thank you for all your hard work on the template and sharing with us all.