I’m in the process of trying to set up a number of pages giving more data than usual for an ordinary weather site, so that techies can access them. I’ve run into a few problems. See http://www.cypenv.org/weather/wx3.html (note that this is not yet automatically uploaded).
I uploaded autoscaletemphum.gif and found it illegible
Is there any way to change the colours?
Here is my tag table:
Some of the tags include value & units, some of them values only. I’ve highlighted in yellow where I’ve added units. This is inconsistent, especially if you look at the last three tags in the RH column. It is a small detail but slightly aggrannoying.
I’ve highlighted in pink %tempchangelasthourmetric%; this works fine but %tempchangelasthour%, which is also in the list, does not.
Here is how it uploads in Firefox, set for UTF-8 encoding:
Yellow underlining: the degree symbol does not reproduce correctly as ’
Sorry, Brian, I wasn’t explicit; I was rushed when I wrote above. It doesn’t work for me!
If I go CP/Colours/Autoscale graphs, the only buttons that react are the Background From/To, which come up with a choice of colours. but these don’t do anything when I choose 2 colours. All the other buttons to the left are frozen solid in their unpushed state.
If I go View/Auto-scale Graphs, it displays 2 graphs/ If I then click Set colours, it takes me to the same Colours choice. If I press tab Autoscale graphs, it is as before, except that if I try to change the ‘To’ background, WD exits altogether.
If I go View/Auto-scale Graphs, it displays 2 graphs/ If I then click Set colours, it takes me to the same Colours choice. If I press tab Autoscale graphs, it is as before, except that if I try to change the 'To' background, WD exits altogether.
Going this route mine worked ok. I clicked on set colors and then selected the autoscale tab and I was able to change colors for the graph and set the gradiant from/to color.
I scream with anguish! From 1 January to 3 June, I now count about 17,318 hours, instead of the ~3700 I would have expected. How? Go to http://www.cypenv.org/weather/wx4.html and scroll down to the wind energy graphic!