BCJKiwi wrote:The 3 bars means that the code that decodes the Davis forecast cannot find a match to produce any of the icons.
Is the file davconfcst.php being delivered to the website with current data? Again this is all covered in the documentation including what the 3 bars means.
Yes I've just double read the Text notes, pretty sure everything is fine.
davconfcst.php is being uploaded & contains this data.
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Purpose: load Cumulus tags required for davconvueCU.php and davconvp2CU.php Scripts.
Save this page as davconfcstT.txt and place in your cumulus\web directory
Use the Cumulus, Configuration, Internet, Files panel select an unused entry.
In the Local Filenames, press Browse and select the davconfcstT.txt file as the local filename.
In the Remote Filenames box, enter the directory and davconfcst.php as the Remote Filename to use (no 'T').
Leave the Binary? box unchecked,
Check the Process? box.
Leave the Realtime? box unchecked.
Check the FTP? box.
Press OK on the Internet Settings dialog to close it and save the settings.
Adapted from CUtags.txt by
Author: Ken True - email@example.com
for this purpose by BCJKiwi - silveracorn.nz
V 1.0 created 8 July 2013
V 2.1a Updated 2 Nov 2013
V 2.4.1 Updated May 2014 - added $time
$date = '18/02/2017';
$tag_time = '12:10:01';
$time = '12:10';
$forecast = trim('Rain, very unsettled');
$moonage = '21';
$location = htmlspecialchars("Phil's Backyard");
$latitude = '-29.77389';
$latitudedms = 'S 29° 46' 26"';
$longitudedms = 'E 151° 07' 14"';
$altitude = '586 m';
$update = '18/02/2017 12:10:01 PM';
$version = '3.0.0';
$build = '3043';
$uomtemp = '°C';
$uomwind = 'km/h';
$uombaro = 'hPa';
$uomrain = 'mm';
$interval = '10';
$vpstormrain = '5.6';
$vpstormrainstart = '17/02/2017';
$tag_ver = '!!3.0.0-3043!!';