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Re: PHP Web 'viewer' for Cumulus NOAA Style reports

Postby nking » Wed Sep 28, 2016 1:47 pm

Hi Beteljuice,

Thanks for replying. I do want to use your pack, in fact that is what I downloaded and attempted to follow but alas I must have got something wrong. Unfortunately, my knowledge is so poor that I don't have the skill to understand or resolve what I've done wrong and your suggestion to amend the css to resolve it is beyond my comprehension. I'm sure you probably feel like :roll: , but if you are able to provide idiot level instructions then I'll try to follow them to the best of my ability :?

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Re: PHP Web 'viewer' for Cumulus NOAA Style reports

Postby Mapantz » Wed Sep 28, 2016 3:02 pm

nking wrote:Hi Beteljuice,

Thanks for replying. I do want to use your pack, in fact that is what I downloaded and attempted to follow but alas I must have got something wrong. Unfortunately, my knowledge is so poor that I don't have the skill to understand or resolve what I've done wrong and your suggestion to amend the css to resolve it is beyond my comprehension. I'm sure you probably feel like :roll: , but if you are able to provide idiot level instructions then I'll try to follow them to the best of my ability :?


Have you got noaarep.css in the correct place on your server?
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Re: PHP Web 'viewer' for Cumulus NOAA Style reports

Postby mitmania » Sun May 14, 2017 4:14 pm

Hi all, I ask your advice to resolve a display issue of some characters that the program does not display properly: for example, "Falzè " becomes "Falz�", "°C" becomes "�C".

Thank you!!!!

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Re: PHP Web 'viewer' for Cumulus NOAA Style reports

Postby beteljuice » Sun May 14, 2017 5:06 pm

Your page 'charset' is probably not correctly being applied - there have been problems like this on other things as well.

Hopefully someone using your language can come to the rescue.

A link to your page please ......
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Re: PHP Web 'viewer' for Cumulus NOAA Style reports

Postby mitmania » Sun May 14, 2017 5:17 pm


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Re: PHP Web 'viewer' for Cumulus NOAA Style reports

Postby sfws » Sat May 20, 2017 4:03 pm

Do the reports look ok when you look at them via Cumulus 'View' menu?
I'm guessing your problem is with the reports, not the web viewer?
Have you selected UTF-8 character set, or defaulted to your PC's code, in Cumulus 'Configuration' menu, 'NOAA Setup' screen?

From Wiki:
0 = Uses the encoding used for the viewer's operating system's default ANSI code page.
1 = Uses UTF8 (UCS Transformation Format—8-bit) format - the dominant character encoding for the World-Wide Web as using one to three bytes it represents most characters in common use covering most languages.


I'm unsure which is right for you (I actually have it ticked for me), but you could either untick (=0) or tick (=1) to reverse your current selection.

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Re: PHP Web 'viewer' for Cumulus NOAA Style reports

Postby mitmania » Mon May 22, 2017 4:45 am

Solved !! ... I had to tick the UTF-8 option from the configuration of the Cumulus NOOA report. Thanks for swfs reply !!!!


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