frmrick at aapt.net.au
Sun Nov 12 18:56:57 GMT 2006
Here's the contents of my ~/.kde/share/config/KWeatherServicerc
The above give me the option of checking weather in a couple locations. Copy
them into your own text file and name it
~/.kde/share/config/KWeatherServicerc. That will at least tell you if its the
app or your configuration.
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> On Sunday 12 November 2006 08:37, ben miller wrote:
> > I've added this comment already to the bug report list for Kweather, but
> > thought I'd address it here. No matter what I do, I can't get Kweather to
> > provide a weather station. I can't add one, I can't choose one, and
> > there's nothing I can do to get it to read any weather station in any
> > geographic area. Does anyone know a solution to this problem or any work
> > that's being made on the bugfix?
> I've had this same problem some time back., I got it working but I don't
> remember how.
> The procedure -should- be to click on 'configure kweather', choose
> the 'weather services' tab, find your local stations in the 'available
> stations' pane and click the 'add' button to add these to the 'selected
> stations' pane. ow click back to the 'Display' tab and under "Weather
> Station Options: Locations" you -should- find a drop-list populated with
> the stations you selected back on the 'weather services' tab. Pick one of
> them and click OK.
> Failing that, you can always try the "Liquid Weather" theme in
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