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Originally Posted by Krima Looking good. I think I figured out what is wrong with my Mac, bad sata cable due to my SSDs need for maximum bandwidth power, but
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krima View Post
    Looking good. I think I figured out what is wrong with my Mac, bad sata cable due to my SSDs need for maximum bandwidth power, but should be good to go in time for this. Thanks for the hard work Bacardi, Ian, RKO, and I suppose NewD. Anyone else involved, much appreciated.

    @Bacardi. Have you tried Mavericks OS? Does candybar still work? I'm debating if I want to update yet. Also, looks like my Mac is fixed, installed new sata cable and all is well.
    unfortunately candybar doesnt support Mavericks yet.. the dock section in candybar is no longer working on OSX 10.8.5 or higher.. i hope they will update soon.. well lot of application that user creating.. won't work anymore, except if they did a update to support Mavericks, i'm still on 10.8.5, if you update, you might need to change the icons manually

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacardi85 View Post
    unfortunately candybar doesnt support Mavericks yet.. the dock section in candybar is no longer working on OSX 10.8.5 or higher.. i hope they will update soon.. well lot of application that user creating.. won't work anymore, except if they did a update to support Mavericks, i'm still on 10.8.5, if you update, you might need to change the icons manually
    I figured as much. Was just curious if anyone updated and tried candybar to change their icons.

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    I'm still rockin Snow Leopard (10.6.8) Never liked Lion, also tried the beta of Mavericks but had way to many bugs so went back to Snow Leopard again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Nicoll View Post
    I'm still rockin Snow Leopard (10.6.8) Never liked Lion, also tried the beta of Mavericks but had way to many bugs so went back to Snow Leopard again.
    I didn't like Lion but Mountain Lion is great. What I like about Maverick, from what I read, is it seems to be way more efficient from a memory standpoint. Some people are claiming as much as 1gb of free ram.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Nicoll View Post
    There is a way to fix this but I'm not at my computer so can't show you a screen shot, basically you need to search the UniAW-accuweather.js file for "GMT" then set the offset (-1, 0, or +1) their.

    Hey Ian thanks for the help. I am using Marty's WigetWeather theme. There is no UniAW-accuweather.js file. There is just the UniAw6.js file. I look inside the js file but I couldn't find it.

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    I'm changing weather walls all the time, lol....and here's a new overlay I made.



    I can't share the dock, from Edgy, but I pasted it on the overlay.....Use a transparent dock for this.
    Last edited by ferlop15; 10-24-2013 at 01:12 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by signori View Post
    Hey Ian thanks for the help. I am using Marty's WigetWeather theme. There is no UniAW-accuweather.js file. There is just the UniAw6.js file. I look inside the js file but I couldn't find it.
    Ok, I'm not familiar with that mod & not sure how Marty coded the AccuWeather/Yahoo side, If he used the same "Sunset/Sunrise format" code for both then you can do nothing, but if they are separate then in the AccuWeather part you need to look for something like this:

    Code:
    // SUNSET/SUNRISE FORMAT
    		var sunriseh = parseInt(obj.sunrise.split(':')[0]) + GMT;
    		var sunrisem = obj.sunrise.split(':')[1];
    		var sunseth = parseInt(obj.sunset.split(':')[0]) + GMT;
    		var sunsetm = obj.sunset.split(':')[1];
    		dayhour = sunriseh + parseInt(sunrisem)/60;
    		nighthour = sunseth + parseInt(sunsetm)/60;
    		DurationOfDay = nighthour - dayhour;
    		DurationOfNight = 24 - DurationOfDay;


    Now you can change it to look like this (if AccuWeather is one hour advanced):

    Code:
    // SUNSET/SUNRISE FORMAT
    		var sunriseh = parseInt(obj.sunrise.split(':')[0]) + GMT -1;
    		var sunrisem = obj.sunrise.split(':')[1];
    		var sunseth = parseInt(obj.sunset.split(':')[0]) + GMT -1;
    		var sunsetm = obj.sunset.split(':')[1];
    		dayhour = sunriseh + parseInt(sunrisem)/60;
    		nighthour = sunseth + parseInt(sunsetm)/60;
    		DurationOfDay = nighthour - dayhour;
    		DurationOfNight = 24 - DurationOfDay;

    "If it's not broken, I'll fix it till it is"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Nicoll View Post
    Just helping out Bacardi85 with the Mac version (yes I haven't positioned the feelslike yet) and still got all the animations to do.
    Bacardi85 will redo the css to his tastes, I just want to get all things working & resizing correctly.
    Just started so lots to do yet but the timedwalls look quite good.
    Everything will resize to fit all screen sizes automatically.




    care to share please. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Nicoll View Post
    Ok, I'm not familiar with that mod & not sure how Marty coded the AccuWeather/Yahoo side, If he used the same "Sunset/Sunrise format" code for both then you can do nothing, but if they are separate then in the AccuWeather part you need to look for something like this:

    Code:
    // SUNSET/SUNRISE FORMAT
    		var sunriseh = parseInt(obj.sunrise.split(':')[0]) + GMT;
    		var sunrisem = obj.sunrise.split(':')[1];
    		var sunseth = parseInt(obj.sunset.split(':')[0]) + GMT;
    		var sunsetm = obj.sunset.split(':')[1];
    		dayhour = sunriseh + parseInt(sunrisem)/60;
    		nighthour = sunseth + parseInt(sunsetm)/60;
    		DurationOfDay = nighthour - dayhour;
    		DurationOfNight = 24 - DurationOfDay;


    Now you can change it to look like this (if AccuWeather is one hour advanced):

    Code:
    // SUNSET/SUNRISE FORMAT
    		var sunriseh = parseInt(obj.sunrise.split(':')[0]) + GMT -1;
    		var sunrisem = obj.sunrise.split(':')[1];
    		var sunseth = parseInt(obj.sunset.split(':')[0]) + GMT -1;
    		var sunsetm = obj.sunset.split(':')[1];
    		dayhour = sunriseh + parseInt(sunrisem)/60;
    		nighthour = sunseth + parseInt(sunsetm)/60;
    		DurationOfDay = nighthour - dayhour;
    		DurationOfNight = 24 - DurationOfDay;
    Hey Ian thanks for the help. Unfortunately the accuweather part is not separated so when I change the gmt the yahoo weather sunrise time also changes. Maybe I will message Marty to see if he can fix it. Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by signori View Post
    Hey Ian thanks for the help. Unfortunately the accuweather part is not separated so when I change the gmt the yahoo weather sunrise time also changes. Maybe I will message Marty to see if he can fix it. Thanks again.
    Ok, so Marty used the same code for both, it's also what I would have done.

    Wait, I have an idea, I'll be back....

    Ok, replace the section of code I posted above with this:

    If your code is not the same as this or you don't have the "UseAccuweather" switch in your Config.js file please let me know exactly what you have.

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    // SUNSET/SUNRISE FORMAT
    		if (useAccuweather == true){
    		var sunriseh = parseInt(obj.sunrise.split(':')[0]) + GMT-1;
    		} else {
    		var sunriseh = parseInt(obj.sunrise.split(':')[0]) + GMT;
    		}
    		var sunrisem = obj.sunrise.split(':')[1];
    		if (useAccuweather == true){
    		var sunseth = parseInt(obj.sunset.split(':')[0]) + GMT-1;
    		} else {
    		var sunseth = parseInt(obj.sunset.split(':')[0]) + GMT;
    		}
    		var sunsetm = obj.sunset.split(':')[1];
    		dayhour = sunriseh + parseInt(sunrisem)/60;
    		nighthour = sunseth + parseInt(sunsetm)/60;
    		DurationOfDay = nighthour - dayhour;
    		DurationOfNight = 24 - DurationOfDay;
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Nicoll View Post
    WOEID (Where On Earth IDentification)
    A WOEID is a unique 32 bit reference identifier assigned by Yahoo! to identify any feature on Earth.
    Ok.. So just a Yahoo thing. That won't help me..

    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Nicoll View Post
    Just helping out Bacardi85 with the Mac version (yes I haven't positioned the feelslike yet) and still got all the animations to do.
    Bacardi85 will redo the css to his tastes, I just want to get all things working & resizing correctly.
    Just started so lots to do yet but the timedwalls look quite good.
    Everything will resize to fit all screen sizes automatically.
    Thanks, Ian, for jumping in. I was enjoying the challenge of helping Bacardi getting the animations right for the large screen - was making progress - but I'm still a miserably slow coder. It's good to have "the Master" taking it over the finish line. . Thanks!!

    Another big challenge I'm hoping you can undertake is to make it run lean enough that it doesn't run my laptop fan to the highest speed the whole time UniAW is running in Live Wallpaper.
    Last edited by NewdestinyX; 10-24-2013 at 06:16 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewdestinyX View Post
    Ok.. So just a Yahoo thing. That won't help me..

    Thanks, Ian, for jumping in. I was enjoying the challenge of helping Bacardi getting the animations right for the large screen - was making progress - but I'm still a miserably slow coder. It's good to have "the Master" taking it over the finish line. . Thanks!!

    Another big challenge I'm hoping you can undertake is to make it run lean enough that it doesn't run my laptop fan to the highest speed the whole time UniAW is running in Live Wallpaper.
    Hi Grant,

    Actually I'm not working with the original version, I decided it was easier for me to start from scratch (because I was unaware of all the modification already carried out & things weren't working correctly) so that's what I did.

    It's difficult to make it run lean, on bigger monitors we need more of everything (clouds, drops etc), I guess it will be up to the user to switch off birds, balloons etc, heck, the UniAW has almost every choice we can think of, if after switching off as much as you want it still runs rich, then I guess uninstall it!

    Anyway, once it's out I'm sure we will be tweaking it for a few weeks so we'll see what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferlop15 View Post
    I'm changing weather walls all the time, lol....and here's a new overlay I made.



    I can't share the dock, from Edgy, but I pasted it on the overlay.....Use a transparent dock for this.
    Looks cold up there in the DFW area....😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdiddy_25 View Post
    Looks cold up there in the DFW area....��
    Lol......No, buddy....just tapped a different city for a "snow" illustration...That's a city in Canada, currently in the 60s in DFW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferlop15 View Post
    Lol......No, buddy....just tapped a different city for a "snow" illustration...That's a city in Canada, currently in the 60s in DFW!

    I know, I'm liking this cold front we finally are having down here in San Antonio. Feels awesome

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    Whew, this has turned into a major job, slowly getting their though. Managed to set "Bacardi85's analog clock as an option instead of the UniAW one, the option is now in the Config file, and a font color change to match it, so you have now two analog clocks plus a digital one, this one looks pretty good M8 (Romy).
    Most settings for both Yahoo & AccuWeather are now done.
    Still have to tackle 90% of the animations.

    A sunny night, thanks AccuWeather







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    thanks Ian, this is awesome.. accuweather and yahoo are not same.. kind of wierd.. even i set the GTM.. the website goes crazy sometimes i guess still have 6 weatherwalls to get it done.. "hail" weather condition hard to find lol

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