Weather 1.10.4

UUID: weather@mockturtl
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A Cinnamon applet based on the Gnome Shell weather extension.

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Requirements

Cinnamon 1.8+.  Users of Cinnamon 1.7 should not upgrade.

enlightened INSTALLATION

Cinnamon now manages applet installation -- there is no script to run.

To find your location, click here (alternate).  Your WOEID ("Where On Earth ID") is the id attribute of the output.  For example, New York is USNY0996.  


Configure your settings via Cinnamon's Applets menu.


Note: a known bug in Fedora 19 ("Schrödinger's Cat") prevents the applet from loading.  See the link for the fix.

 

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yes CHANGELOG

1.10

  • add pressure unit selection (thanks vesnn)
  • Updated Bulgarian, Dutch translations (thanks DuMuT6p, Pjotr123)

1.9

  • add translation support for settings (thanks Sveinn í Felli)
  • update Icelandic, German, Russian, Chinese, Slovakian, Dutch, Polish, Greek, Romanian, Italian, French, Spanish, Swedish translations (thanks toxa19, highwindmx, romanbeno273, Pjotr123, majewsky95, averello, DorianB1, ElStellino, jorgenqv)
  • add Croatian, Basque translation (thanks muzena, iturralde)
  • allow themes to override global menu styles (thanks collinss, zagortenay333, romanbeno273)

1.8

  • add wind chill (thanks Scott Geiger)
  • update to new Cinnamon settings API
  • add right-click menu to access settings (thanks scollins!); hide in Cinnamon 2.x
  • allow multiple instances
  • add WOEID lookup button
  • note Fedora 19 bug in README
  • update Finnish, Ukranian, Dutch, German, Icelandic translations

1.7

  • add 5-day forecast
  • add Turkish, Vietnamese, Lithuanian, Hungarian translations
  • fix tooltip translation

1.6

  • fix a potential translation conflict with Cinnamon shell
  • add Arabic translation
  • add maintainer scripts

1.5

  • add Icelandic (encoding fixed), traditional Chinese, Bulgarian, Japanese, Greek translations
  • update German, Portuguese, Chinese, French, Polish, Slovak translations
  • separate Brazilian and Portuguese translation
  • add sunrise / sunset time

1.4

  • add Danish, Latvian translations
  • add custom icon for cinnamon-settings; change name to "Weather" (was "Cinnamon Weather")
  • improve Russian, Italian, Czech, Portuguese translations
  • fix visible text toggle
  • improve namespace convention
  • link WOEID lookup

1.3

  • fix menu styling
  • add symbolic icons
  • add wind speed
  • fix translation warnings

1.2

  • add translations

1.1

  • add settings editor

1.0

  • initial upload

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205 Comments

  1. George99 says:

    6 days ago

    @twodogs: " Please do not use one or the other, maybe add setting for the user to choose which setting they prefer." I absolutly agree with you. Add a setting or use system preferences for use of am/pm or 24 hour.

  2. twodogs says:

    1 week ago

    [quote/] I really like this app. Just one point I would suggest to localize time format e.g. 16:07 instead of 4:07 pm sun set as this am/pm is very annoying for users who use 24-hour clock. [/quote] Please do not use one or the other, maybe add setting for the user to choose which setting they prefer. Personally, I find 24-hour clock 'annoying.' Thanks.

  3. George99 says:

    1 week ago

    I really like this app. Just one point I would suggest to localize time format e.g. 16:07 instead of 4:07 pm sun set as this am/pm is very annoying for users who use 24-hour clock.

  4. twodogs says:

    1 week ago

    Nice applet. You misspelled the word 'atmospheric.' You have 'athmospheric.'

  5. domey says:

    2 weeks ago

    After upgrading to 17.1 (Cinnamon 2.4), I'm getting this error: t=2014-12-04T14:33:53.922Z weather@mockturtl#: TypeError: weather.get_object_member(...).get_array_member(...) is null The applet is loading but is perpetually trying to load?

  6. ElStellino says:

    1 month ago

    Neat, brilliant. I just wish I'd had a different set of icons, but I'll work that out. Five stars!

  7. John2014 says:

    2 months ago

    This is excellent. One thing that could improve it is updating the weather when you left click (open) the app. This would solve the problem of it waiting for the update interval when the system starts with an Internet connection that takes a few seconds to connect.

  8. iwis says:

    5 months ago

    I forgot to wrote that after changing the icons you have to restart Cinnamon in the standard way i.e. by pressing Alt+F2 and then typing command "r" and pressing Enter. Before replacing icons you can backup /usr/share/icons/Mint-X/status/22/ folder, just in case.

  9. iwis says:

    5 months ago

    If sobebody has the problem with a notification area icon being black and unreadable then it can be fixed by replacing weather icons in Mint-X theme with icons from Gnome theme by executing the following commands: cd /usr/share/icons/Mint-X/status/22/ sudo find /usr/share/icons/gnome/22x22/status/ -regex ".*/weather-[a-z\-]*.png" -exec cp {} . \; sudo ln -sf weather-few-clouds.png weather-clouds.png sudo ln -sf weather-few-clouds-night.png weather-clouds-night.png Two icons are not available in Gnome theme so we have to create shortcuts to appropriate existing icons.

  10. zagortenay333 says:

    8 months ago

    Also, there seems to be no way to align the text of the conditions with their values.Ie. temperature and 12 °C.

  11. zagortenay333 says:

    8 months ago

    Hi.Would it be possible for you to add 2 more boxes to this applet?An upper and lower box would be very helpful for themeing purpouses; it would allow for all sorts of cool stuf!So upper and lower box for forecast and conditions: http://i.imgur.com/gA3YeQ3.png

  12. pwil3058 says:

    8 months ago

    Found the problem and fixed it. It was quite bizarre. I also had a directory "cinnamon-weather-1.7.3" installed in the ".local/share/cinnamon/applets" directory and apparently this was interfering with the one in "weather@mockturtl". Remove it and everythin works OK. Cheers.

  13. pwil3058 says:

    8 months ago

    I can't seem to configure this on Fedora 20. The comment about using the Cinnamon configuration toll to configure makes no sense as I can see no way to accomplish this with that tool. Help?

  14. scollins says:

    9 months ago

    Madmanrb zip codes work fine for me already. AFAIK, they work interchangeably with WOEID on Yahoo.

  15. Madmanrb says:

    9 months ago

    I wish it had zip code identifications as opposed to WOEID's Or could search in app as opposed to looking up the WOEID

  16. DustBowl says:

    9 months ago

    Could not get it to install on Linux Mint 13 32-bit Cinnamon 2.0.14 using Cinnamon applet installer. Gives an error 2 that file/directory not found. Not sure what that means. I had to manually download and install.

  17. Brahim says:

    10 months ago

    Great applet!! Can you base it on accuweather.com ? I can't find my location WOEID!

  18. Scott65 says:

    11 months ago

    On latest Petra-- applet appears to pop in underneath an existing applet, like the other applets don't move over...

  19. geoffm says:

    11 months ago

    Sometimes it shows temperature but writes "Not available", can it please be fixed - it's wasting a lot of panel space.

  20. geoffm says:

    11 months ago

    Doesn't work on LM16...

  21. Brahim says:

    1 year ago

    Doesn't work on Cinnamon 2.0 please upgrade!

  22. arktika says:

    1 year ago

    very nice! and work perfect in cinnamon 2.0!!

  23. spacermase2 says:

    1 year ago

    Rather, make that Cinnamon 1.8

  24. spacermase2 says:

    1 year ago

    Hi, So, I love your app, but I've noticed an odd bug. I'm running Linux Mint 15 with Cinnamon 2.0. For the most part, the weather app works fine- however, I've noticed that, occasionally, it will "get stuck" on one forecast, and not update it. For example, displaying weather conditions from earlier in the day, or the previous day. I've discovered that I go into Settings, it will sometimes update to current weather conditions. Any idea what might be causing this glitch? Thanks!

  25. clem says:

    1 year ago

    hi mockturl, just a quick note to let you know. In Cinnamon 2.0, if your applet is using the settings API, an item is automatically added to its context menu by Cinnamon called "configure". This means you can remove the item "Settings".

  26. Stanislav says:

    1 year ago

    ID -- UPXX0106 does not work. Please, fix it.

  27. chachafance says:

    1 year ago

    One of my favorites :) Very beautiful and accurate!

  28. Mintulix says:

    1 year ago

    Hi Mockturtl, 3 little bugs: - override location label doesn't work anymore since a while - sunrise/sunset shows time always with am/pm, not 24h notation - as mentioned before, pressure shows fixed 982.05 mb when temperature unit is Celsius Perhaps you can make this spicy thing even better :-). Thanks, Mintulix

  29. judgedredad says:

    1 year ago

    Hello! Update please ukrainian translation. Here it is it http://www.ex.ua/567159975225

  30. veikk0 says:

    1 year ago

    Thanks for this applet. I have an improvement for the Finnish translation. On line 196, "Aurinko paistaa" should actually read "Aurinkoista".

  31. rabideau says:

    1 year ago

    How does one align the text?

  32. JosephM says:

    1 year ago

    Thank you. Uninstalling and reinstalling worked for me.

  33. scollins says:

    1 year ago

    @JosephM, I think there is a glitch in the applet settings code (in cinnamon, not this applet), because it created a new instance of the applet when I updated - it still left all of the old settings which were not tied to anything on the panel, while the one on the panel had the default settings. I got it to work by setting the WOEID for "Instance 2". You may, however, want to uninstall and reinstall from scratch, as this seems to fix the issue with the dead instance (don't forget to reenter the WOEID if you do).

  34. JosephM says:

    1 year ago

    It seems like the latest update broke the applet. Now it just sits with the arrow saying loading forever. I am on Mint 15 with cinnamon 1.8.8

  35. Xyverz says:

    1 year ago

    Is there a timeout or a force refresh button I can take advantage of? It's been sitting at "loading" since I enabled it. (Xubuntu 13.04)

  36. ManIVIctorious says:

    1 year ago

    I'd prefer multiple locations (maybe by adding a configurable dropdownmenu). Multiple instances is not the ideal solution, but better than nothing. Thanks for the great applet and i hope for further improovement.

  37. attam says:

    1 year ago

    It works great, fast, clear and useful. It would be nice to have the ability to add multiple locations, or alternatively, to add several instances of the applet to the panel for each location.

  38. Therion87 says:

    1 year ago

    @scollins I tried with that reccommended WOEID and my own WOEID neither work, updated the applet and tried both again, neither work. I tried to reset to default didn't help. Is there a folder I can delete that has all the files to make it like it was never installed and try from the beginning.

  39. scollins says:

    1 year ago

    @glen, the install.sh file is no longer needed as it's primary purpose was to set up the settings (I believe). Since it was switched over to the new settings API, all you need to do is unpack the zip file in ~/.local/share/cinnamon/applets/ (or /usr/share/cinnamon/applets if you want it available to all users). It should work out of the box.

  40. scollins says:

    1 year ago

    @Therion87, @glen, try USID0215 for your WOEID (this one's working for me). Also, what version of cinnamon are you using?

  41. glen says:

    1 year ago

    palimmo how did you get it to install from manual download ? Used to be able to do it with earlier versions but I can't find the INSTALL SH file in this new release .

  42. glen says:

    1 year ago

    Having problems getting this to work , it just continues to load even after i put in the woeid . I'm sure you are aware of this . Used to work fine in cinnamon mint 14, great applet aswell .Hope you get it fixed .

  43. palimmo says:

    1 year ago

    solved with manual download. and it works! thanks!

  44. palimmo says:

    1 year ago

    I'm trying to install it on LMDE2013... but I get this message: An error occurred during installation or updating. You may wish to report this incident to the developer of weather@mockturtl. If this was an update, the previous installation is unchanged Details: [Errno 2] No such file or directory What's happening? thanks

  45. Therion87 says:

    1 year ago

    @scollins I did set it, it used to work now it doesn't i've removed and reisntalled set the WOEID waiting for hours tried restarts weather just never shows

  46. scollins says:

    1 year ago

    @Therion87, did you set your WOEID? If not, then it doesn't know where you are and so it can't get the right weather.

  47. Therion87 says:

    1 year ago

    anyone else having problems with the weather never loading? It just stays with the refresh icon

  48. matlala says:

    1 year ago

    Thaks for right click settings. This weather is best, What, know it.

  49. matlala says:

    1 year ago

    So I helped somehow mysteriously alone. Help reinstall via menu cinnamon and restr. Thanks, it's now better controlled. I just had the idea. What add configuration applet by right-clicking on the applet?

  50. matlala says:

    1 year ago

    Super new API, but it does not translate into Czech. Labels remain in English :-( It's somehow fix it?

  51. ManIVIctorious says:

    1 year ago

    Thank you for upgrading to the new api. I have just one feature request: Would it be possible for you to implement a functionality to switch between some locations? I am living between two Cities and it would be verry cool to be able to switch between these two without changing the WOID every time. Tank you, Mani

  52. Eradan says:

    1 year ago

    @Jase - from a terminal window, type (without the quotation marks) "chmod +x ~/.local/share/cinnamon/applets/weather@mockturtl/cinnamon-weather-settings", like I suggested earlier. The notification is simply saying that the script the applet's trying to launch isn't marked as an executable. Change that, and it'll work just fine.

  53. Jase says:

    1 year ago

    I have the same problem. Has the station set to "Innsbruck" with no way to change. There is a little gear you can click but when I do that I get a notification: "Failed to execute child process "cinnamon-weather-settings" (No such file or directory)." How does this determine your location? Is having cinnamon-weather-settings configurable planned for the future?

  54. branimator says:

    1 year ago

    Eradan, thanks for all your effort, i've got the 5-day setup again !!!

  55. Eradan says:

    1 year ago

    Okay, I've opened an issue over at Mockturtl's github, and included a unified diff with my corrections. The other correction simply fixes a minor typo. It's over here: https://github.com/mockturtl/cinnamon-weather/issues/36

  56. Eradan says:

    1 year ago

    Darn, that '&' should have been a percent sign, then the numbers 26, then the "d=5_" bit, not just the ampersand. If you type the ampersand, it WONT'T WORK. I'll have to find a way to send Mockturtl a unified diff, or something.

  57. Eradan says:

    1 year ago

    Okay, I have made a simple correction to applet.js, look in "get_weather_url: function()", and change: return QUERY_URL + this._woeid + '_' + this.unit_to_url() + '.xml"' ; to return QUERY_URL + this._woeid + '&d=5_' + this.unit_to_url() + '.xml"' ; It should be on line # 830, and is the only change I had to make to get this to work.

  58. Eradan says:

    1 year ago

    @Mintkatze: I finally got a few minutes to look over the code, to determine where the forecast was coming from, and it's not exactly the fault of mockturtl's applet - the forecast is coming via Yahoo, and it's only giving the applet the 2-day forecast, rather than the 5-day. We're not the only ones having this issue, http://developer.yahoo.com/forum/General-Discussion-at-YDN/Yahoo-Weather-5-day-Forecast/1228762478000-84d25277-b9c6-35c0-8c54-c487a5093090 I'm working on a fix, now that I've found the solution. Just need to change the format of the .xml url, so it specifically requests the number of days. I'll post a fix later today or tomorrow. I'm sure Mockturtl already has it, and is just making sure everything else is ready for an update for cinnamon 1.8.

  59. psxlover says:

    1 year ago

    Where does it get the weather from? The page does not list my location (Ioannina) while weather.com has it as GRXX0254 (http://www.weather.com/weather/today/Ioannina+GRXX0254:1:GR). Also as stated by sdim installing from control panel in cinnamon 1.8 does not work properly.

  60. matlala says:

    1 year ago

    Nice, but also, @branimator & Mintkatze & Eradan: I also have been experiencing the same problem with the 5-day forecast feature. I'm running Ubuntu 12.10 x64 with kernel 3.5.0-32, and Cinnamon 1.8.6.

  61. Jeff says:

    1 year ago

    Got it to work but the only problem is the Icon does not show in the panel. its just a black space where the icon is supposed to be.

  62. sdim says:

    1 year ago

    After suggested installation, I still don't get the normal icons for rain, sun, etc. I had to switch to symbolic icons to have an image of the current weather. Nevertheless, the Settings now work fine.

  63. sdim says:

    1 year ago

    @Mintkatze: I followed the instructions, my friend, and I'll let you know if it's fixed. Nevertheless, I installed thw applet via the new interface of Olivia, i.e. automatically, without downloading it first from here. Shouldn' t it have worked? Or maybe it's not ready to be installed like this yet?

  64. crzen says:

    1 year ago

    @ mockturtl, A possible fix for the settings install porblem is this. In the "install.sh" file, at line 32(?), after your "mkdir -p ${INSTALL_DIR}" line, add the line "chmod +x ~/.local/share/cinnamon/applets/weather@mockturtl/cinnamon-weather-settings" . I tried it and ,except for restarting cinnamon, it seemed to automate the entire install. Hope this helps.

  65. Mintkatze says:

    1 year ago

    @ Eradan, first let my say thank you for your quick fix for the cinnamon-wheather-applet settings. This window now opens again. But: what remains is, that the five-day forecast still does not work as expected. Only the two days are correctly shown. Could you please find out for us, how to fix this up?? Thanks again for your help Eradan, Greetings Mintkatze

  66. Mintkatze says:

    1 year ago

    hi sdim, then you did the installation not correctly, Step one: download the package from here Step two: extract that file to here: ./local/share/cinnamon/applets Step three: right-click on the file where it says "install.sh". Then a window with some options pops up. There select "execute in Terminal" and type in your password. Wait until this is finised Step four: Then type this into your Terminal as Eradan told: chmod +x ~/.local/share/cinnamon/applets/weather@mockturtl/cinnamon-weather-settings This fixes the error-message with the authorization-problem. Step five: close your Terminal and return to the panel. Click on the wheater-applet. There in the menue go to the right top corner. Step six: press these gear-icons and the settings will appear. Setp seven: find out your WOEID here: http://edg3.co.uk/snippets/weather-location-codes/ Step eight: type this WOEID into the first white box you see in the cinnamon-wheather-settings. Into the second white box, you type in the name of your city and close the settings eh voilá, your applet should run as expected. But: there still a bug with the five-day-forecast. This still does not work as expected. This still needs to be fixed. Greetings Mintkatze

  67. sdim says:

    1 year ago

    Using Cinnamon 1.8.6 in Olivia. Weather coditions icon is blackened out. I fet he temperature and when I click I get the icons as usual, but not on the panel. Also, clicking on the Settings cog does nothing.

  68. Eradan says:

    1 year ago

    @palimmo: it's trying to run a python script that hasn't been marked as an executable. A quick fix would be to open a terminal session, and type (without the quotes, of course) "chmod +x ~/.local/share/cinnamon/applets/weather@mockturtl/cinnamon-weather-settings", that will add the executable attribute, and you'll be able to hit the configuration window. There are a few other scripts in that same directory, with the .sh extension, that need the executable attribute added, too. Also, @branimator & Mintkatze: I also have been experiencing the same problem with the 5-day forecast feature. I'm running Mint 13 x64, and Cinnamon 1.8.6.

  69. Mintkatze says:

    1 year ago

    hi branimator, I can confirm this bug (it's the same for me) and after updating via Cinnamon-settings I got a further error saying this: processing of childprocess Cinnamon-wheater-applet has failed childprocess of Cinnamon-wheater-applet could not be processed (no authorization). Please correct that or tell us, how we can correct this. Thank you, Mintkatze

  70. branimator says:

    1 year ago

    Since about 3 days ago it only shows 2-day forecast, the other 3 days only have circular arrows instead of icons and forecast

  71. Mintkatze says:

    1 year ago

    hi palimmo, reffering to your question: did you read the ReadMe-file inside the package?? You need to install some dependencies: gettext libglib2.0-bin Then download the wheater-applet from here and put this file into this directory: /.local/share/cinnamon/appets Upnpack this package here by right-clicking on the package and select "unpack here". Then close these folders and return to your desktop. There press Alt+F2 and type r into the prompt to relaod your Cinnamon-shell Then the wheater-applet should show up in your panel. Afterwards klick onto the applet and select this gear-icon in the right-upper corner. This opens a menue, where you have to set the WOEID of your location and in the second white box, you write the name of your city. THe WOEID of your location, you can get here: http://edg3.co.uk/snippets/weather-location-codes/ Copy the WOEID of your location in the first white box and in the second you write the name of your town and close this menue and your wheather-applet should work for you. Greetings Mintkatze

  72. Mintkatze says:

    1 year ago

    hi mockturtl, today I wanted to install your nice applet via the new ciianom-menue of Cinnamon 1.8. But there, this error showed up: An error occurred during installation or updating. You may wish to report this incident to the developer of weather@mockturtl. If this was an update, the previous installation is unchanged Details: 'ascii' codec can't decode byte 0xc3 in position 12: ordinal not in range(128) So my question would be: might it be possible, that this applet needs to be updated?? I don't konw, so that's why I ask. Greetings from Mintkatze

  73. palimmo says:

    1 year ago

    I've installed it in Linux Mint 15 64bit through the new interface. Two facts: - i can't set my location clicking the gear -> notification: "Failed toexectuted child process "cinnamon-weather-settings (No such file or directory)" - the weather icon isn't coloured. It is black and pretty difficult to see. thanks!

  74. ToostInc says:

    1 year ago

    There seems to be a bug at line 192 with "return Gettext.dgettext(UUID, str); ", making the applet hang at refreshing. Changing it to .gettext works, but most of the info is replaced with "weather@mokturtl"

  75. Mintkatze says:

    1 year ago

    hi mintie, there is a much easier way, how to solve up this problem. I found the working way how to do it. 1. download this .zip-package and save it in a directory. Then go to this directory and do richt-click on that .zip-package. 2. select " extract here". 3. then open the extracted folder. There you will find the install.sh. 4. double left-click on this file install.sh and select "run in Terminal" and enter your userpassword. 5. Then the Terminal dissappeares and you go to the next file called cinnamon-weather-settings. (if this step does not work, then repeat with double left-click on it and select "run in Terminal". 6. double left-click this file and enter your WOEID. important information: The correct WOEID of your hometown, you will find here: http://edg3.co.uk/snippets/weather-location-codes/germany/ To change your country, scroll down until the end of the page and in this green area, select your country. Then close this folder and restart your system. Then after restart, go to Cinnamon-settings and select the wheater-applet and then click this gear-icon and select "ahow conditions in panel". Choose if you want Farenheit and so on. Then this applet will automaticly show the correct data. Greetings Mintkatze

  76. mintie says:

    1 year ago

    I tried to install the applet and lost my complete desktop environment temporarily. I went to the downloaded folder cinnamon-weather-1.7.3 and ran ./install.sh. During the ensuing process, I was asked to type in my super-user password, which I unfortunately did. Nonetheless, I got an error message after that, telling me that a certain file could not be accessed (I can't recall that file's name now). At this point I became suspicious. So I waited until the install script stopped and then ran ./uninstall.sh to at least clean up (and give up on this applet for now). Then I restarted cinnamon ("Alt+F2" and entered 'r') to clean up to the end. => my panels and window menu items all disappeared and I was left with my desktop background image and my windows, which I could not handle anymore. I then restarted the system. After typing my credentials into the login prompt, I immediately received a message, which said something like "your gnome session lasted less than 10 seconds, something went really wrong". In the .xsession file, there was a message "gnome-session[] no gsettings schemas are installed ...". So I went to that folder in another TTY and saw that the last modified file was /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/gschemas.compiled and that it had only access for root, no read/write/execute access for anyone else. I changed that by 'sudo chmod go+r gschemas.compiled'. And that saved my day. But boy, I had been scared. => some rights are not managed correctly. Maybe no one ever uninstalled the applet so no one had this problem so far... I am running Linux Mint 13 with Cinnamon without backports.

  77. foehnix says:

    1 year ago

    Great applet, thanks a lot!

  78. Aoi_v1 says:

    1 year ago

    Ah, this is a "must have", at least for weather fans like me. Thanks a lot man! Works charms, Cinnamon 1.6

  79. radiking says:

    1 year ago

    nice applet!starting to love cinnamon :) thank you for creating a wonderful applet. I would like to help people who can't find the weather id's just go to weather.com go to the search bar and enter your city.after u get the result just see the address bar in the end of the line u can see xx12345xq just copy and paste that. No need of copying :x part :) hope this helps some one

  80. Mindwrack says:

    1 year ago

    There seems to be a lack of space in the panel with the text or just temp. Edited line 494 and 496 of applet.js to fix this. Changed line 494 from: this.set_applet_label(comment + ' ' + temperature + ' ' + this.unit_to_unicode()); to: this.set_applet_label(' ' + comment + ' ' + temperature + ' ' + this.unit_to_unicode()); Changed line 496 from: this.set_applet_label(temperature + ' ' + this.unit_to_unicode()); to: this.set_applet_label(' ' + temperature + ' ' + this.unit_to_unicode());

  81. LordBurghley says:

    1 year ago

    Very awesome indeed. Works like a charm on LM 14 Cinnamon. One tiny thing, but may be a stumbling block for newer folks (like me)... install.sh has to be run with sudo on the terminal. You might want to add that in the install instructions. Other than that, thanks for a wonderful applet! :D

  82. MidDen says:

    1 year ago

    Hi and thanks for the very fine weather applet. Works fine for me. Is there any posibilities to change the languages etc. from English to Danish. Too I would like to suggest a change posibility for the sunrise and sunset time between 24 hours or AM/PM But easy to install :)

  83. sogalpunx says:

    1 year ago

    Hi! Thanks for the applets, very handy. Works fine for me after some turnarounds. The install.sh must be launch through a terminal with sudo. Except that detail the procedure you give is perfect. (on LM14 Cinnamon).

  84. Silverback says:

    1 year ago

    Thanks ! Works perfect with Fedora 18 (x86_64) , Version: 1.7.2 Featurerequest -> a selectable 12/24 hour timeformat would be nice. Now (in german) it's: Sonnenaufgang (Sunrise): 8:22 am (wrong) and Sonnenuntergang (Sunset): 4:45 pm (wrong) In Germany and many other countries it's: > Sonnenaufgang : 8:22 Uhr Sonnenuntergang 16:45 Uhr <

  85. gilnord says:

    1 year ago

    Ç'est impossible de faire quoi que ce soit pour Québec.Ville de Montréal ou Québec pays Québec. Pouvez-vous offrir ceci aux utilisateurs très nombreux du Québec et en français s.v.p. Merci!

  86. zepid says:

    1 year ago

    It would be wonderful if this could be updated for Linux Mint 14. It worked just fine when I installed it on a Mint 13 system but with Mint 14 it doesn't show up on the applet menu after installing and restarting cinnamon. Thanks for the great Applet!

  87. Nili says:

    1 year ago

    And I think that there is a need for any update option. Started the rain and next lightning storm in my city, while the applet only updated the information and icons after 20-30min . Also hope you'll fix "cinnamon-weather-settings" failed this appear after i click the little icons/button on the top right which is Settings but never ever happen to work. As i said, manage to get it working only if i go to file sys/usr/share/cinnamon/weather... thanks again! 5 day forecast is just amazing!

  88. arthurderaiatea says:

    1 year ago

    Very good applet, well done! But if you want to upgrade it, you could put an update plug in, which shows the last time the applet was refreshed ( I have a very bad connection...) .

  89. etiennesky says:

    1 year ago

    works nice, but again had troubles installing it - using Linux Mint 14. After running install script and restarting cinnamon, the window manager crashed and I had to run again the following command: sudo apt-get install --reinstall libglib-2.0-0 after that, I was able to use the applet ok

  90. Blackbox says:

    1 year ago

    1.7.2. now works for me as well. Thank you!

  91. yedionbir says:

    1 year ago

    thanks for adding Turkish language

  92. jamied_uk says:

    1 year ago

    why cant these be installed through command line and if this can be what are the commands?

  93. Blackbox says:

    1 year ago

    Won't work for me - in the panel, I only see a round restart arrow and three dots, clicking on this produces an empty bubble. Running the gsettings command to enter the location ID produces and error: No such schema 'org.cinnamon.applets.weather@mockturtl'.

  94. rrinjapan says:

    1 year ago

    Got it working great. The way I installed it was ... 1. download 2. extract it 3. double click the install.sh icon 4. Choose run in terminal (you might not see anything working ... it's fast) 5. Restart Cinnamon 6. Click on the gears icon 7. Click on WOEID at the top (initially set for Innsbruck) 8. On the web page simply enter the name of the nearest city 9. Copy the weather location code and post it into your weather settings ... Should be fine from there ...

  95. AbnerC says:

    1 year ago

    Excellent app. How exactly do I install it as I'm quite new with Mint?

  96. etiennesky says:

    1 year ago

    After installing this applet and restarting cinnamon, cinnamon crashed (no window manager) and after logging out I was unable to log back in, even in safe mode... gnome-session[3463]: GLib-GIO-ERROR: No GSettings schemas are installed on the system aborting... This command did the trick : sudo apt-get install --reinstall libglib-2.0-0 But I had to log into windows to find out... what's the deal? Using Mint 14 and cinnamon 1.6.7

  97. Nili says:

    2 years ago

    I also agree with Orb-miser, I have the impression that becomes update every 30 min or more, when in fact at least should do update every 10min. Could you tell us how long the interval of weather becomes update? Thanks again for amazing appplet!

  98. Orb-miser says:

    2 years ago

    Cool Loving it but would be helpful to know when it last refreshed? As an hour can make quite a difference. And plenty of room on 5-day for Moon Phase and rise & set times would be Awesome and 5-stars! Tho giving it 4-stars for great design & function. Well Done!

  99. minthaka says:

    2 years ago

    Hello mockturtl! Congrats for the app. It really rocks,... except that it is based on a NONAME weather station. Would it be possible to implement AccuWeather.com as data provider? One of the biggest downsides of GNOME based application is their being bound to Weather.com and similar relicts. The closest weather station offered to me is 70km, so it isn't very useful while the KDE apps like Yawp gives you option to choose nearly any location on earth. I would like to see something out of this applet too if possible. Thank you!

  100. jz3n says:

    2 years ago

    Using LinuxMint 14 AMD64 Cinnamon, after updating I located this applet from the 'add applets to the panel,' downloaded and extracted it, then ran the install.sh from a terminal. After restarting, I was able to add weather to the panel and entered my U.S. zipcode as a location. Everything worked, and continues to work after restarting my session to make certain. In my opinion, an applet like this is essential for a desktop, I'm glad it was easy to find and use, but it should be included by default, in the 'add applets to the panel' menu. 2012-11-24

  101. the3mantiger says:

    2 years ago

    I had the same problems with Cinnamon 1.6: Circular arrow with three dots. I don't know why, but during installation the app information doesn't copy to dconf. The solution was simple enough. To fix: As root, copy "org.cinnamon.applets.weather@mockturtl.gschema.xml" to "/usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas", then restart cinnamon. Thats it. After, fixing it there was one more problem. I can't change the settings from the app. They can be changed with no problem using dconf editor.

  102. butterfly says:

    2 years ago

    @fmete, thanks for Turkish translation.

  103. fmete says:

    2 years ago

    Turkish .po file : http://db.tt/F8EJtS9o -copy this .po file in "po" folder -edit po/LINGUAS , add tr -run install.sh

  104. sdim says:

    2 years ago

    Cannot configure it. I don't get the icon in the top-right corner of the popup menu. I'm using Cinnamon 1.6. Is there something I'm doing wrong? Ran -r to restart Cinnamon, I even Restarted the computer, but nothing changes.

  105. Nili says:

    2 years ago

    Thank you very muc for the 5 days forecast! pere's instruction work perfectly, now the only problem remain for me it is Execution of command "cinnamon-weather-settings" failed. Command not... i can manage manually execute cinnamon-weather-settings anyway, but from options of applet doesn't work.

  106. Nili says:

    2 years ago

    Thank you very much! Like i23098 i have too problem with "Execution of command "cinnamon-weather-settings" failed. Command not..." i can too execute it manually from folder, but is this a bug? can you help with code to change something mockturtl? I really love this appplet! Also I have a suggestion, a can you set two days later "after tomorrow" and after after tomorrow? I mean 4 days indicator? I would love to be a little more extended. Thank you again!

  107. Fraoch says:

    2 years ago

    Awesome! Thanks so much!

  108. mcutting says:

    2 years ago

    Ok, so it does work on 1.6, but you need to ensure that the Proxy setting under Network Connections is set to NONE

  109. mcutting says:

    2 years ago

    @hogfeathers I had the self same problem, but I do not think this is to do with the applet - it happens when you make any changes to the Panel itself. For example: 1. Panel Settings 2. Fiddle with "Use customised panel size" and "Allow cinnamon to..." 3. See what happens to the system tray on the right I think that this is a bug ?

  110. mcutting says:

    2 years ago

    @Chdslv - not sure this works under Cinnamon 1.6. I have the same version, and cannot get it to work either.

  111. Chdslv says:

    2 years ago

    I am still asking the question. What might be the problem. I have only a curved arrow and nothing else. I have the latest Cinnamon 1.6

  112. HisDudeness says:

    2 years ago

    I have one more serious problem too: the panel opens only backside if I click on it, so if I put the applet in the low taskbar I can't actually open it.

  113. HisDudeness says:

    2 years ago

    Awesome applet! I was just wondering if you could make us choose other temperature units (principally Kelvin) and pressure units too (for example Pascal or atmospheres). Thanks much!

  114. hogfeathers says:

    2 years ago

    Made all the icons on the right side of my panel GIGANTIC. Other than that it seem quite nice. How do I correct the size of the icons? I'm using Cinnamon 1.6 on Ubuntu 12.04.

  115. Chdslv says:

    2 years ago

    The weather applet won't work. Installed it correctly. The applet doesn't show anything. As per readme, gettext is already the newest version and libglib2.0-bin is already the newest version. It worked well with Cinnamon 1.4, but now I have 1.6. What might be the problem?

  116. mogop says:

    2 years ago

    my stylesheet.css - http://pastebin.com/N9WyHtRe

  117. sesterce says:

    2 years ago

    Very nice! Thanks.

  118. urbanomad says:

    2 years ago

    Sorry, never mind, I just reinstalled it and it's working :)

  119. urbanomad says:

    2 years ago

    Is there any chance of adding Cinnamon 1.5 compatibility? I love this applet and am finding it hard to live without it

  120. ddoolin says:

    2 years ago

    This is probably really small on the to-do list, but I found adding another space before the comment or temperature (lines 431 and 433 in applet.js as of current release) helps the look on the panel a lot. Makes everything look even. Cheers.

  121. gillis says:

    2 years ago

    You must switch the proxy from 'AUTO' to 'OFF' to get it working...otherwise it will not show the weather...

  122. essau says:

    2 years ago

    works, but changes the local language to English :( Now the menu cinnamon, and sound applet, networt, and calendar are is English and not in my language, Spanish. I think the problem is when you run the script cleanup.sh, the locale is not well. how do now to put cinnamon in Spanish again?

  123. starbreaker says:

    2 years ago

    Also, it would be good for the comments to have dates, so we can see what was posted when and to which version of the applet the comments relate to.

  124. starbreaker says:

    2 years ago

    I followed the instructions in the readme, I have all the required packages installed, but when I click on the settings button I get the following message: "Execution of command "cinnamon-weather-settings" failed. Command not..." and then it goes to the next line of the notification "Command not found". Also, the icons are dark (I'm using Faenza). I managed to change the location using terminal, but still, it would be nice if the whole thing worked out of the box.

  125. Kelley-Green says:

    2 years ago

    @mockturtl Thanks. I ran ./install and it ran fine. I got confused because I didn't have to do this for the "Restart Cinnamon" applet.

  126. Epileg says:

    2 years ago

    With "Temperature Unit" set to "celsius", "Pressure" field always show one of these two vaules: 982.05 mb. or 1015.92 mb. This is probably due to some wrong precision calculation on pressure conversion from in. to mb. Best regards,

  127. mockturtl says:

    2 years ago

    gillis, Kelley-Green: Several users have reported a problem in Mint 13. Please provide any details you can in this thread: http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=218&t=107081 ---- Note, merely extracting the folder into `~/.local/share/cinnamon/applets` is not sufficient for this applet; you must run the `./install` script.

  128. Kelley-Green says:

    2 years ago

    I am having the same problem as gillis. Anyone have any ideas?

  129. gillis says:

    2 years ago

    Hi It didn't work on my system. I'm using Mint Maya. I've extracted the folder into .local/share/cinnamon/applet. When I restart Cinnamon, and I activate the applet, it shows only an arrow next to the date, like if the applet was updating. Clicking on it I only get a small gray box (2cmx1cm) and it is completely empty... Any suggestion please? Thanks!

  130. sarantis says:

    2 years ago

    and i have to confirm "Epileg"'s bug: With "Temperature Unit" set to "celsius", "Pressure" field always show 982.05 mb. cheers

  131. sarantis says:

    2 years ago

    Nice, but may i suggest to update the WOEID source to other than edg3.co.uk, cause the database is outdated, although it clames that the codes are used by YahooWeather/weather.com etc. Even xoan.weather that u suggest as alternative can find the code that i wanna use, but yr applet doesn't accept it cause it's based on edg3.co.uk

  132. Epileg says:

    2 years ago

    Fantastic applet! May I suggest to show the actual weather conditions instead of "click to open" text when mouse is over weather icon

  133. chrnoble says:

    2 years ago

    @liam_668: Thank you very much.

  134. liam_668 says:

    2 years ago

    For chrnoble and the guy looking to change off Innsbruck. Once you have compiled the schema, navigate back to weather@mockturtl (./local/share/cinnamon/applets) and click on the cinnamon weather settings icon. This opens the settings, and works fine, including fahrenheit. Thanks to everybody. I'm up and working fine.

  135. chrnoble says:

    2 years ago

    Actually, I need to correct what I just typed. The version of the applet I downloaded was from before the README was updated. However, I still need guidance on adjusting settings. Thanks in advance.

  136. chrnoble says:

    2 years ago

    A couple of things that aren't on the README, but maybe should be: Move the org.cinnamon.applets.weather@mockturtl.gschema.xml file to /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/. Then, in terminal, run sudo glib-compile-schemas /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas Also, something on the README about setting the applet in the terminal may help, as trying to do it by clicking the upper right corner gets "Execution of Cinnamon-Weather-Settings failed Command not found". I would very much like to change this thing to fahrenheit.

  137. liam_668 says:

    2 years ago

    I've downloaded Weather 1.5.1 and installed it in Cinnamon 1.4 on Mint 13. I'm using an Acer Aspire One (Linux) with 8GB SSD and 1.5 GB RAM. I installed the applet to the ./local directory by running the install.sh from the Nautilus GUI, since my command line did not recognize the script as executalbe. When that worked poorly, I ran uninstall.sh and cleanup.sh from Nautilus, again because bash didn't recognize the scripts. When I did finally get weather@mockturtl in the applets directory and installed it from Cinnamon Settings I got a Redo icon and ... The Applets subset of Settings does not give me a configurator for the applet, and running the configurator inside weather@mockturtl gives me a quick blank square that immediately disappears. The weather exrtension worked fine in Mint 12/GNOME. I switched because I found the new GNOME too noisy. What am I doing wrong? Thanks in advance.

  138. Epileg says:

    2 years ago

    With "Temperature Unit" set to "celsius", "Pressure" field always show 982.05 mb.

  139. billynick says:

    2 years ago

    is there a way to have 24h time instead of am/pm for the sunrise/sunset thing?

  140. mockturtl says:

    2 years ago

    Thanks bimsebasse. I have my eye on Neroth's fork; this whole SpiderMonkey / JSC, gjs/seed, common/require business looks like a right bleedin' mess, where I'm standing. If GNOME has committed one way or another, I'd sure like to know.

  141. bimsebasse says:

    2 years ago

    Hi mockturtl, just a heads up, there is a forked version of the gnome shell extension which you may or may not get ideas from: http://www.webupd8.org/2012/06/alternative-gnome-shell-weather.html

  142. opetnaistommestu says:

    2 years ago

    Really useful and nice looking applet! Thanks! It works like a charm on My Mint 13 Maya! Cheers!

  143. mockturtl says:

    2 years ago

    I've verified the installation in Mint 13. Please provide details.

  144. pimseb says:

    2 years ago

    same here. Not working on mint 13

  145. monfraide says:

    2 years ago

    Hello. This great applet was ok, perfectly. But I'm now on a Mint 13, and no more applet... I tried to reinstall it, but no more.. What can I do ? Thx a lot...

  146. mockturtl says:

    2 years ago

    esteban1uy: Thanks for the reminder. I've updated the README.

  147. pere says:

    2 years ago

    Albertaman I finally installed it properly. I had to compile schema manually and I missed the program "gettext". This is what I did: 1. Install gettext 1. Run Install.sh 2. Copy "org.cinnamon.applets.weather@mockturtl.gschema.xml" to "/usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/" (You will need to open nautilus as root) 3. On a terminal: glib-compile-schemas --dry-run /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/ && sudo glib-compile-schemas /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/ 4. Restart cinnamon Now it works perfect.

  148. vinc3 says:

    2 years ago

    installation a little bit confusing (getting "./install.sh: 37: ./install.sh: msgfmt: not found" messages) but it works fine. thanks :)

  149. kimme says:

    2 years ago

    I downloaded this extension and it worked right away with the latest Cinnamon 1.4 in Ubuntu following the ./install script and even changed the Innsbruck to my home town Tromsø without problems.

  150. pere says:

    2 years ago

    I have the same problem as Albertaman on a clean install of LM13. If I try to set location manually I get this error message "No such schema 'org.cinnamon.applets.weather@mockturtl'". mockturtl any ideas to solve this? Thanks

  151. Albertaman says:

    2 years ago

    I'm having a problem with this applet. It appears to be installed alright, but in the tray the only thing that appears is a circular arrow with three dots beside it. When I click on it, a small empty balloon appears... That's it.... Can anyone help?

  152. esteban1uy says:

    2 years ago

    For those having the "msgfmt: not found" error while running the install script, it can be solved by installing the "gettext" package and then running the install script.

  153. sprintcowboy says:

    2 years ago

    Thanks for the applet. Typed in my zip and was good to go. Is it possible you could add a couple more days or at lease one? Or tell me how to add?

  154. itsjustarumour says:

    2 years ago

    RE my comment above, I've now got this working in Fedora 16_x64. Had to run the "uninstall" script first and then the "cleanup" script. Thanks for a great applet! :)

  155. Monsta says:

    2 years ago

    Just curious - is there PPA for this one yet?

  156. itsjustarumour says:

    2 years ago

    Like Mitsushi in one of the posts above, I can't get this applet to work with Cinnamon on Fedora 16 (64bit)... worked just fine on Mint though. Anyone got any ideas?

  157. Hawc says:

    2 years ago

    Great app, but unfortunetly my city doesn't have a woeid which is weird because its second largest

  158. i23098 says:

    2 years ago

    Great, updated the link in /usr/local/bin and it worked :) Now, my only suggestion (that I don't know if it's possible to implement) is that the weather information pop-up should appear on mouse over (no need to click to open), and then it would close on mouse out.

  159. mockturtl says:

    2 years ago

    arunkumar413: Thanks for the suggestion. It's being considered upstream. https://github.com/simon04/gnome-shell-extension-weather/issues/31 i23098: You broke a symlink. See the install script for details.

  160. i23098 says:

    2 years ago

    Hi, first, thanks for the nice applet :) I don't really like to install applets, especially in the home dir, should be just unpack to /usr/share/cinnamon/applets/ directory. So, that's what I did :) After installing, I just moved the stuff from my home directory. The applet works, but if trying to configure it I get "Execution of 'cinnamon-weather-settings' failed". I can execute it manually from the /usr/share/... directory, but it would be nicer if it worked from the applet UI :)

  161. newkansan says:

    2 years ago

    I got the applet working on another machine, just have to retrace my steps and try on the first machine I was having problems with in my post above. Question: I was playing with the window and gtk themes, and now the weather applet's pop-up has tiny text. This brings to mind (not strictly for this applet, but for Mint 12 in general) that there are no "reset to default" toggles on any of the desktop theming. I have no idea where to start in restoring the weather applet pop-up to its default look (per the screenshot at the top of this page). I'll take this up on the Mint forums...

  162. TarasMK says:

    2 years ago

    Oh sorry for that question. Now everything works fine, I just run "install.sh". The weather is fine :)

  163. TarasMK says:

    2 years ago

    Same as newkansan. Trying to run your applets but it outputs an error into log: cinnamon_weather::_init: Schema "org.cinnamon.applets.weather@mockturtl" not found. Running at LMDE, updated it to UP4 and installed cinnamon. Then added applets from this place. How can it be solved?

  164. newkansan says:

    2 years ago

    Ran install script, logged out and back in, added Weather applet, saw the applet in the panel with no location set. When I type 'gsettings set org.cinnamon.applets.weather@mockturtl woeid USNY0996' in the terminal I get: No such schema 'org.cinnamon.applets.weather@mockturtl' Googled for a solution and could not find one that worked for me. I'm running a fresh install of Mint 12 and Cinnamon. Any ideas?

  165. arunkumar413 says:

    2 years ago

    Hi, pretty good applet and I liked it. I would like to see the weather of two or more locations.

  166. BigBaaadBob says:

    2 years ago

    Sweet to be able to enter the zip code and get the exact right weather! Just wish the install of applets was a one-click thing.

  167. Sidhartha says:

    2 years ago

    mockturtl... I feel like an idiot. I didn't have symbolic icons turned on! Working perfectly now.

  168. clem says:

    2 years ago

    This was cool in Shell (kudos to the original dev.), it was great to see it ported to Cinnamon (can't remember who did it initially as an extension), and it's just brilliant now as an applet! Congrats to everyone involved.

  169. mockturtl says:

    2 years ago

    Sidhartha, I'm not sure what might cause the problem. I don't think it's the applet -- I just installed Mint-Xtra, and I can't reproduce. From the forums: http://img190.imageshack.us/img190/7151/screenshotat20120309121.png

  170. Sidhartha says:

    2 years ago

    mockturl... did you ever work out this icon issue that bimsebasse pointed out? The previous suggestion you made didn't seem to work for me.

  171. Sidhartha says:

    2 years ago

    I have a similar issue to bimsebasse but with Mint Xtra...

  172. mockturtl says:

    2 years ago

    Bim, try this: run the INSTALL script for Faenza again, choose "Y" for the last question ("Do you want to replace some 22x22 applications icons by their monochrome counterpart to be displayed in system tray ?"). http://fc05.deviantart.net/fs71/f/2011/320/4/f/faenza_icons_by_tiheum-d2v6x24.zip That fixed it for me. http://img607.imageshack.us/img607/920/weathersymoblicfaenza.png

  173. bimsebasse says:

    2 years ago

    Ooh I wish mine looked like yours or that I knew what's wrong on my machine Gnome Shell weather extension Faenza: http://i.imgur.com/B8E6v.png Mint-X: http://i.imgur.com/XMATt.png Cinnamon applet Faenza: http://i.imgur.com/aV75o.png Mint-X: http://i.imgur.com/kOU8p.png

  174. mockturtl says:

    2 years ago

    This indicates it's a problem with Faenza. I don't know how themes work, so if there's a change I should make in the applet, I'll be happy to do so. http://mail.gnome.org/archives/gnome-shell-list/2011-February/msg00191.html

  175. mockturtl says:

    2 years ago

    Symbolic icons display correctly in Mint-X: http://img818.imageshack.us/img818/5395/weathersymoblic.png

  176. billynick says:

    2 years ago

    agree with bimsebasse re symbolic icons. theres a small discussion about this here as well http://cinnamon-spices.linuxmint.com/applets/view/27

  177. mitsushi says:

    2 years ago

    this applet works on cinnamon in fedora 16? can't figure out the installation o.o'

  178. darkensk says:

    2 years ago

    Perfect! Btw http://xoap.weather.com/search/search?where=your city here also works great you have to put your city name in the url like this: http://xoap.weather.com/search/search?where=london etc. :)

  179. roger64 says:

    2 years ago

    I did not use your latest version which is really perfect, even for French !! Apologies for my above messages and congratulations. Five stars for sure.

  180. bimsebasse says:

    2 years ago

    With the most popular icon theme for Linux (Faenza) and dark panel a lot of the weather icons become illegible, I basically can't use this until support for symbolic icons (like the Gnome Shell extensions has) is added back in. Whereas normal icons have fixed colouring, symbolic icons follow theme set colours, in this case the panel's colour scheme. It's very handy for panel icons and Cinnamon's basic system applets (power, network, volume) also use symbolic icons for the same reason.

  181. roger64 says:

    2 years ago

    Sorry Very nice and working very well. Thanks. The French text takes a little more place than the English one and, for this reason, I think the containing box should probably be made a little bigger.

  182. roger64 says:

    2 years ago

    I a

  183. mockturtl says:

    2 years ago

    That's much nicer. Thanks.

  184. bobby says:

    2 years ago

    @mockturtl : Your link does not work for finding the city. It only shows perhaps some USA cities. Kindly replace the link with what @butterfly given. That link works perfectly.

  185. x624048 says:

    2 years ago

    thanks... great job

  186. bobby says:

    2 years ago

    Well working great.

  187. lueneberg says:

    2 years ago

    ok now this, last update was well, had no errors, Brazil-Portuguese translation is okay, scored five stars and waiting for more tests

  188. mockturtl says:

    2 years ago

    Thanks for the feedback everyone.

  189. mordant23 says:

    2 years ago

    5 stars! This was my favorite extension from the beginning. I'm so happy it's now an applet. :)

  190. lueneberg says:

    2 years ago

    testing vs 1.2 had this error ./test po/de.po:7: header field `Language-Team' missing in header po/nb.po:7: header field `Language-Team' missing in header po/nl.po:7: header field `Language-Team' missing in header po/sv.po:7: header field `Language-Team' missing in header po/uk.po:7: header field `Language-Team' missing in header

  191. lueneberg says:

    2 years ago

    here's the translation for Portuguese-Brazil http://goo.gl/S9bAx

  192. bimsebasse says:

    2 years ago

    This is great but I miss one thing from the extension, the ability to display icons in the popup display as symbolic icons.

  193. z06gal says:

    2 years ago

    Excellent! It is working great now ;)

  194. butterfly says:

    2 years ago

    Good applet, thanks. You can use following link for find to woeid alternatively http://edg3.co.uk/snippets/weather-location-codes/

  195. reiga says:

    2 years ago

    hello, nice applet! i translated the applet.js to german, http://www.mediafire.com/file/pvaqd36wmvac13r/applet.js its not perfect, but how want can use it.

  196. RPeters52 says:

    2 years ago

    Thanks everyone! Obviously. I missed the README.md file in the download. I was looking in the install location for help and the REaDME file doesn't get copied there. Ralph

  197. mockturtl says:

    2 years ago

    Thanks ktalog.

  198. ktalog says:

    2 years ago

    applet works perfect :), but cinnamon-weather-settings need a little change : sed -i 's|CinnamonWeatherSettings|WeatherConfigurator|' "cinnamon-weather-settings" and after the configurator works i created a package for arch user : https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=56870

  199. z06gal says:

    2 years ago

    I was able to get the woeid set but now the applet does not appear in the panel. I don't understand what the problem is.

  200. z06gal says:

    2 years ago

    I can't get the read me to come up. It just says "cannot open" for some reason.

  201. lueneberg says:

    2 years ago

    (by google translator) hello, I'm using applets weather, the installation manually, ./ test did not work, the setting made ??using the "gsettings set cinnamon-weather@mockturtl woeid BRXX0091", working perfect, I miss the translation for my language (Portuguese - Brazil) will have in the future or can I do it manually, I can edit the file applet.js?

  202. spacy01 says:

    2 years ago

    Work perfect! Thank you, waiting about this from long time...

  203. mockturtl says:

    2 years ago

    If you're wandering, start with the README. ;)

  204. mockturtl says:

    2 years ago

    I hope to have that fixed in the next release. There's a configuration menu, but it doesn't work yet.

  205. RPeters52 says:

    2 years ago

    OK, I give up... How does one change the weather station from Innsbruck? I wandered the source code and found "woeid" but no info on how to set it....... Thanks Ralph