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    Quote Originally Posted by morkino View Post
    mph and km/h are used in Italian.
    I sent you the the Italian translation because in the old one there were a lots of mistakes. Some of the terms (like "humeado" instead of "umido" ) are not Italian at all. Others are incorrect (like pioggerella instead of pioviggine).
    Nobody says "alto" e "basso" for hi and low temperatures... And so on. The wind descriptions were also mostly incorrect...
    I do every time all these corrections for my widgets...
    Oh great!!! I will make all the corrections then! I'm fluent in Spanish too - and there were many mistakes as well there.. Alto, Bajo, etc. So thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewD View Post
    Oh great!!! I will make all the corrections then! I'm fluent in Spanish too - and there were many mistakes as well there.. Alto, Bajo, etc. So thank you!
    Can you add these to the WW base widgets too?

    Check out WW3 for iOS 9/10 - Widget-Weather 3.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by King_O_Hill View Post
    Can you add these to the WW base widgets too?
    Absolutely, sir!
    I'll send to you shortly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewD View Post
    Oh great!!! I will make all the corrections then! I'm fluent in Spanish too - and there were many mistakes as well there.. Alto, Bajo, etc. So thank you!
    NewD, I'm trying to make touch layers working on my Uniaw7 RC10. I would like to tap the screen and have forecast and other weather additional informations showing up on the SB. Where do I have to put my hands or is there any tutorial somewhere?
    Thank you!
    Last edited by morkino; 2016-11-01 at 02:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morkino View Post
    NewD, I'm trying to make touch layers working on my Uniaw7 RC10. I would like to tap the screen and have forecast and other weather additional informations showing up on the SB. Where do I have to put my hands or is there any tutorial somewhere?
    Thank you!
    "Touch" is one of those super complex areas of coding that I haven't been able to 'crack' myself yet. I am hoping to start getting into it at some point but each time I try I just get a 'headache'.. LOL... I know of no written tutorials on the topic for the basics. I've tried Googling as well and the information is always scant and still doesn't help me decipher our main touch.js in the UniAW7.1 widgets. Your best place to start is touch.js in UniAW7. Study, study, study it.. stare at it for hours.. LOL... MartyMcFly and Ian are the only two guys here that really understand it well... possibly MamaJaay and Chevymusclecar as well. You could try PM'ing them.

    Marty often checks the iWidgets thread... you could post there too.

    Good luck! It's one area of coding I just haven't learned yet, bro. Sorry I can't help.

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    Well, fratello, thank you anyway !
    I'll start studying!

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    I posted this a long time ago, maybe it will help you understand a little better.
    BTW.. "touchend" means the action will happen when you lift your finder, "touchstart" would mean the action would happen when you first placed your finger on the screen.

    Anyway, here is the pdf tutorial, hope it helps:
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;7389644
    I posted this a long time ago, maybe it will help you understand a little better.
    BTW.. "touchend" means the action will happen when you lift your finder, "touchstart" would mean the action would happen when you first placed your finger on the screen.

    Anyway, here is the pdf tutorial, hope it helps:
    Wow Ian! Thank you! I'll let you know how is going on.

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    I wrote that tut a long time ago, in the screenshot showing the "function touchEnd()" (not the declaration at the top) you can see I declared "var lion = false;" and "var lion = true;", well since I already declared "lion" was a variable near the start in the "touchmove.js" file there is no need to re-declare it, so those lines would just say "lion = false;" and "lion = true;" (without the "var").
    Actually if just using the variables once in a single function it's best to not make them global & just declare them within the function, like I said, it was a long time ago!

    Also, if using UniAW7, it uses my new way to see if your on PC or phone with "iOS" code, so you wouldn't need the switches in the Config.js file (XML_Test & ChangeClick) & in the touchmove.js file you would use "if (iOS == false)" instead of "if (ChangeClick == false)".
    Last edited by <Ian Nicoll/>; 2016-11-02 at 03:09 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;7389646
    I wrote that tut a long time ago, in the screenshot showing the "function touchEnd()" (not the declaration at the top) you can see I declared "var lion = false;" and "var lion = true;", well since I already declared "lion" was a variable near the start in the "touchmove.js" file there is no need to re-declare it, so those lines would just say "lion = false;" and "lion = true;" (without the "var").

    Also, if using UniAW7, it uses my new way to see if your on PC or phone with "iOS" code, so you wouldn't need the switches in the Config.js file (XML_Test & ChangeClick) & in the touchmove.js file you would use "if (iOS == false)" instead of "if (ChangeClick == false)".
    Understood, great. Thank you Ian!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewD View Post
    Oh great!!! I will make all the corrections then! I'm fluent in Spanish too - and there were many mistakes as well there.. Alto, Bajo, etc. So thank you!
    One correction NewD.
    The lowest wind description:
    Instead of 'brezza' put 'alito di vento'
    It's much better

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    Quote Originally Posted by morkino View Post
    One correction NewD.
    The lowest wind description:
    Instead of 'brezza' put 'alito di vento'
    It's much better
    Done! And thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewD View Post
    Done! And thank you!
    NewD bro, I think I have found another mistake.
    But I think that is also in English.
    In translation.js we have:
    10. Freezing rain
    11. Showers
    12. Rain

    But actually (as you see in main.js) it should be:
    10. Freezing rain
    11. Rain
    12. Showers

    And therefore in Italian:
    10. Pioggia gelata
    11. Pioggia
    12. Pioggia a tratti

    I found out this evening when I had weather walls from "rain" but on the description said "showers"

    Can you please check?
    Last edited by morkino; 2016-11-03 at 08:31 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morkino View Post
    NewD bro, I think I have found another mistake.
    But I think that is also in English.
    In translation.js we have:
    10. Freezing rain
    11. Showers
    12. Rain

    But actually (as you see in main.js) it should be:
    10. Freezing rain
    11. Rain
    12. Showers

    And therefore in Italian:
    10. Pioggia gelata
    11. Pioggia
    12. Pioggia a tratti

    I found out this evening when I had weather walls from "rain" but on the description said "showers"

    Can you please check?
    Morkino, how do you know that the translation.js is wrong? Did you check the codes with YahooWeather themselves?

    And if so.. I'll of course update for all languages.

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    As you can see... Yahoo list from their developer site actually makes no distinction 'showers' to 'rain' in the #10/11 position.. They both are showers. So I'm not sure how to proceed.

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          ooops.. wrong list.. will update shortly..

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewD View Post
    As you can see... Yahoo list from their developer site actually makes no distinction 'showers' to 'rain' in the #10/11 position.. They both are showers. So I'm not sure how to proceed.

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          ooops.. wrong list.. will update shortly..
    i use google,no wrong desc,no wrong walls

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewD View Post
    As you can see... Yahoo list from their developer site actually makes no distinction 'showers' to 'rain' in the #10/11 position.. They both are showers. So I'm not sure how to proceed.

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          ooops.. wrong list.. will update shortly..
    Well is a bit confusing. I see that with the correction I made, walls and descriptions match. But as my widget says rain, the standard weather application says so times rain and other times showers.
    I don't know... For me is important that walls, animations and description match together.
    Do you think that can be something in the uniaw RC10 that I use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by morkino View Post
    Well is a bit confusing. I see that with the correction I made, walls and descriptions match. But as my widget says rain, the standard weather application says so times rain and other times showers.
    I don't know... For me is important that walls, animations and description match together.
    Do you think that can be something in the uniaw RC10 that I use?
    In all versions of UniAW I have and every widget - #11 is showers and #12 is rain (or if the list starts with '0' then #10 showers, #11 rain).. And I've never seen a mismatched wall in all my years of modding. So I'm not going to change anything with translation.js. It has the correct sequence compared to all widgets I use.

    The strange thing is that all yahoo lists I've found on Google searches seem to not make any distinction at all between 11 and 12. They're both labeled "showers". There doesn't seem to be a unique one for rain.

    In English "showers" is a "lighter rain". And Ian made a unique animation with less raindrops and a rainbow to indicate "showers" where "rain" shows no rainbow.

    RC 10 is a very old beta version used in early WW2 testing. So it could have other errors in it.

    So I'm not inclined to change anything with translation.js in the UniAW7.1_WW3 base unless I see some definitive proof that the #11/12 have been wrong for years. I don't think there's any error..

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewD View Post
    In all versions of UniAW I have and every widget - #11 is showers and #12 is rain (or if the list starts with '0' then #10 showers, #11 rain).. And I've never seen a mismatched wall in all my years of modding. So I'm not going to change anything with translation.js. It has the correct sequence compared to all widgets I use.

    The strange thing is that all yahoo lists I've found on Google searches seem to not make any distinction at all between 11 and 12. They're both labeled "showers". There doesn't seem to be a unique one for rain.

    In English "showers" is a "lighter rain". And Ian made a unique animation with less raindrops and a rainbow to indicate "showers" where "rain" shows no rainbow.

    RC 10 is a very old beta version used in early WW2 testing. So it could have other errors in it.

    So I'm not inclined to change anything with translation.js in the UniAW7.1_WW3 base unless I see some definitive proof that the #11/12 have been wrong for years. I don't think there's any error..
    Ok clear.
    Than in Italian is:
    freezing rain - pioggia gelata
    showers - pioggia a tratti
    rain - pioggia

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    Okay.. So here's my final update for the WindDirection (Cardinal) translations.. If all good I'll make this in the WW3 Base widgets and UniAW7.1(WW3).

    Code:
    function translateCardinal() {
    switch (lang) {
    case "no":
    switch (obj.cardinal) { 					
    case 'N': { return "N"; } //NORD
    case 'NNW': { return "NNV"; }		
    case 'NW': { return "NV"; } //NORDVEST	
    case 'WNW': { return "VNV"; }
    case 'W': { return "V"; } //VEST	
    case 'WSW': { return "VSV"; }		
    case 'SW': { return "SV"; } //SØRVEST
    case 'SSW': { return "SSV";	}	
    case 'S': { return "S"; } //SØR	
    case 'SSE': { return "SSØ"; }
    case 'SE': { return "SØ"; } //SØRØST		
    case 'ESE': { return "ØSØ"; }		
    case 'E': { return "Ø"; } //ØST	
    case 'ENE': { return "ØNØ"; }		
    case 'NE': { return "NØ"; } //NORDØST
    case 'NNE': { return "NNØ"; }		
    break;
    }
    break;
    
    case "ge": 					
    switch (obj.cardinal) { 					
    case 'N': { return "N"; } //NORDEN
    case 'NNW': { return "NNW"; }		
    case 'NW': { return "NW"; } //NORDENWEST	
    case 'WNW': { return "WNW"; }
    case 'W': { return "W"; } //WEST	
    case 'WSW': { return "WSW"; }		
    case 'SW': { return "SW"; } //SÜDWEST
    case 'SSW': { return "SSW";	}	
    case 'S': { return "S"; } //SÜD	
    case 'SSE': { return "SSO"; }
    case 'SE': { return "SO"; } //SÜDOSTEN		
    case 'ESE': { return "OSO"; }		
    case 'E': { return "O"; } //OSTEN	
    case 'ENE': { return "ONO"; }		
    case 'NE': { return "NO"; } //NORDENOSTEN
    case 'NNE': { return "NNO"; }		
    break;
    }
    break;
    
    case "it":
    switch (obj.cardinal) { 					
    case 'N': { return "N"; } //NORD
    case 'NNW': { return "NNO"; }		
    case 'NW': { return "NO"; } //NORDOVEST	
    case 'WNW': { return "ONO"; }
    case 'W': { return "O"; } //OVEST	
    case 'WSW': { return "OSO"; }		
    case 'SW': { return "SO"; } //SUDOVEST
    case 'SSW': { return "SSO";	}	
    case 'S': { return "S"; } //SUD	
    case 'SSE': { return "SSE"; }
    case 'SE': { return "SE"; } //SUDEST		
    case 'ESE': { return "ESE"; }		
    case 'E': { return "E"; } //EST	
    case 'ENE': { return "ENE"; }		
    case 'NE': { return "NE"; } //NORDEST
    case 'NNE': { return "NNE"; }		
    break;
    }
    break;
    
    case "fi":
    switch (obj.cardinal) { 					
    case 'N': { return "Pohjoinen"; } //POHJOINEN
    case 'NNW': { return "Pohjoinen"; }		
    case 'NW': { return "Koillinen"; } //KOILLINEN
    case 'WNW': { return "Itä"; }
    case 'W': { return "Itä"; } //ITÄ	
    case 'WSW': { return "Itä"; } 	
    case 'SW': { return "Kaakko"; } //KAAKKO
    case 'SSW': { return "Etelä"; }	
    case 'S': { return "Etelä"; } //ETELÄ	
    case 'SSE': { return "Etelä"; }
    case 'SE': { return "Lounas"; } //LOUNAS		
    case 'ESE': { return "Länsi"; }		
    case 'E': { return "Länsi"; } //LÄNSI	
    case 'ENE': { return "Länsi"; }		
    case 'NE': { return "Luode"; } //LUODE
    case 'NNE': { return "Pohjoinen"; }		
    break;
    }
    break;
    
    case "nl":	
    switch (obj.cardinal) { 					
    case 'N': { return "N"; } //NOORDEN
    case 'NNW': { return "NNW"; }		
    case 'NW': { return "NW"; } //NOORDENWEST	
    case 'WNW': { return "WNW"; }
    case 'W': { return "W"; } //WEST	
    case 'WSW': { return "WZW"; }		
    case 'SW': { return "ZW"; } //ZUIDENWEST
    case 'SSW': { return "ZZW"; }	
    case 'S': { return "Z"; } //ZUIDEN	
    case 'SSE': { return "ZZO"; }
    case 'SE': { return "ZO"; } //ZUIDENOOSTEN		
    case 'ESE': { return "OZO"; }		
    case 'E': { return "O"; } //OOSTEN	
    case 'ENE': { return "ONO"; }		
    case 'NE': { return "NO"; } //NOORDENOOSTEN
    case 'NNE': { return "NNO"; }		
    break;
    }	
    break;
    
    case "fr":
    switch (obj.cardinal) { 					
    case 'N': { return "N"; } //NORD
    case 'NNW': { return "NNO"; }		
    case 'NW': { return "NO"; } //NORDOUEST	
    case 'WNW': { return "ONO"; }
    case 'W': { return "O"; } //OUEST	
    case 'WSW': { return "OSO"; }		
    case 'SW': { return "SO"; } //SUDOUEST
    case 'SSW': { return "SSO";	}	
    case 'S': { return "S"; } //SUD	
    case 'SSE': { return "SSE"; }
    case 'SE': { return "SE"; } //SUDEST		
    case 'ESE': { return "ESE"; }		
    case 'E': { return "E"; } //EST	
    case 'ENE': { return "ENE"; }		
    case 'NE': { return "NE"; } //NORDEST
    case 'NNE': { return "NNE"; }		
    break;
    }
    break;
    
    case "sp":	
    switch (obj.cardinal) { 					
    case 'N': { return "N"; } //NORTE
    case 'NNW': { return "NNO"; }		
    case 'NW': { return "NO"; } //NORTEOESTE
    case 'WNW': { return "ONO"; }
    case 'W': { return "O"; } //OESTE	
    case 'WSW': { return "OSO"; }		
    case 'SW': { return "SO"; } //SUROESTE
    case 'SSW': { return "SSO"; }	
    case 'S': { return "S"; } //SUR	
    case 'SSE': { return "SSE"; }
    case 'SE': { return "SE"; } //SURESTE		
    case 'ESE': { return "ESE"; }		
    case 'E': { return "E"; } //ESTE	
    case 'ENE': { return "ENE"; }		
    case 'NE': { return "NE"; } //NORTESTE
    case 'NNE': { return "NNE"; }		
    break;
    }
    break;
    
    case "ru": 
    switch (obj.cardinal) {					
    case 'N': { return "С"; } //СЕВЕР
    case 'NNW': { return "ССЗ"; }		
    case 'NW': { return "СЗ"; } //СЕВЕР ЗАПАД
    case 'WNW': { return "ЗСЗ"; }
    case 'W': { return "З"; } //ЗАПАД	
    case 'WSW': { return "ЗЮЗ"; }		
    case 'SW': { return "ЗЮ"; } //ЗАПАД ЮГ 
    case 'SSW': { return "ЗЗЮ"; }		
    case 'S': { return "Ю"; }  //ЮГ	
    case 'SSE': { return "ЮЮВ"; }
    case 'SE': { return "ЮВ"; } //ЮГ ВОСТОК 		
    case 'ESE': { return "ВЮВ"; }		
    case 'E': { return "В"; } //ВОСТОК		
    case 'ENE': { return "ВСВ"; }		
    case 'NE': { return "СВ"; } //СЕВЕР ВОСТОК
    case 'NNE': { return "ССВ"; }		
    break;
    }
    break;
    
    case "gr": 					
    switch (obj.cardinal) {					
    case 'N': { return "Β"; } //ΒΌΡΕΙΟΣ
    case 'NNW': { return "ΒΒΔ"; }		
    case 'NW': { return "ΒΔ"; }  //ΒΌΡΕΙΟΣ ΔΥΤΙΚΆ	
    case 'WNW': { return "ΔΒΔ"; }
    case 'W': { return "Δ"; } //ΔΥΤΙΚΆ	
    case 'WSW': { return "ΔΝΔ"; }		
    case 'SW': { return "ΝΔ"; } //ΝΌΤΟΣ ΔΥΤΙΚΆ
    case 'SSW': { return "ΝΝΔ"; }		
    case 'S': { return "Ν"; } //ΝΌΤΟΣ		
    case 'SSE': { return "ΝΝΑ"; }
    case 'SE': { return "ΝΑ"; } //ΝΌΤΟΣ ΑΝΑΤΟΛΉ
    case 'ESE': { return "ΑΝΑ"; }		
    case 'E': { return "Α"; } //ΑΝΑΤΟΛΉ
    case 'ENE': { return "ΑΒΑ"; }		
    case 'NE': { return "ΒΑ"; } //ΒΌΡΕΙΟΣ ΑΝΑΤΟΛΉ
    case 'NNE': { return "ΒΒΑ"; }	
    break;
    }
    break;
    case "tr":
    switch (obj.cardinal) { 					
    case 'N': { return "K"; } //KUZEY
    case 'NNW': { return "KKB"; }		
    case 'NW': { return "KB"; } //KUZEY BATI	
    case 'WNW': { return "BKB"; }
    case 'W': { return "B"; } //BATI	
    case 'WSW': { return "BGB"; }		
    case 'SW': { return "GB"; } //GÜNEY BATI
    case 'SSW': { return "GGB"; }	
    case 'S': { return "G"; } //GÜNEY	
    case 'SSE': { return "GGD"; }
    case 'SE': { return "GD"; } //GÜNEY DOĞU		
    case 'ESE': { return "DGD"; }		
    case 'E': { return "D"; } //DOĞU	
    case 'ENE': { return "DKD"; }		
    case 'NE': { return "KD"; } //KUZEY DOĞU
    case 'NNE': { return "KKD"; }		
    break;
    }
    break;
    
    case "cn":
    switch (obj.cardinal) {			
    case 'N': { return "北"; }
    case 'NNW': { return "北"; }	
    case 'NW': { return "西北"; }
    case 'WNW': { return "西"; }
    case 'W': { return "西"; }
    case 'WSW': { return "西"; }	
    case 'SW': { return "西南"; }
    case 'SSW': { return "南"; }
    case 'S': { return "南"; }	
    case 'SSE': { return "南"; }
    case 'SE': { return "东南"; }	
    case 'ESE': { return "东"; }
    case 'E': { return "东"; }
    case 'ENE': { return "东"; }
    case 'NE': { return "东北"; }
    case 'NNE': { return "北"; }
    break;
    }
    break;
    
    default:
    switch (obj.cardinal) { 					
    case 'N': { return "N"; } //NORTH
    case 'NNW': { return "NNW"; }		
    case 'NW': { return "NW"; } //NORTHWEST	
    case 'WNW': { return "WNW"; }
    case 'W': { return "W"; } //WEST	
    case 'WSW': { return "WSW"; }		
    case 'SW': { return "SW"; } //SOUTHWEST
    case 'SSW': { return "SSW";	}	
    case 'S': { return "S"; } //SOUTH	
    case 'SSE': { return "SSE"; }
    case 'SE': { return "SE"; } //SOUTHEAST		
    case 'ESE': { return "ESE"; }		
    case 'E': { return "E"; } //EAST	
    case 'ENE': { return "ENE"; }		
    case 'NE': { return "NE"; } //NORTHEAST
    case 'NNE': { return "NNE"; }		
    break;
    }
    break;
    }
    }
    Last edited by NewD; 2016-11-04 at 07:13 PM.

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