1. schalker44's Avatar
    NewDCould you please drüberschauen times, something'm so overwhelmed, thank you ever https://www.dropbox.com/s/h4cw5ad3lkmd05y/main.js?dl=0
    2016-01-25 06:27 PM
  2. NewD's Avatar
    NewDCould you please drüberschauen times, something'm so overwhelmed, thank you ever https://www.dropbox.com/s/h4cw5ad3lkmd05y/main.js?dl=0
    ???? drüberschauen ????
    2016-01-25 06:31 PM
  3. schalker44's Avatar
    sorry look over it
    2016-01-25 06:41 PM
  4. Simon's Avatar
    Yeah.. Fair enough. I do very much see your point. Just not sure he "did it for a reason".
    But to what end? Youre absolutely right. But just because WW can generate full coordinates from CoreLocation doesn't mean that their truncation in the XML is for visual purposes. But all speculation.

    The truncation idea doesn't make sense to me from a design perspective at all. Additionally - for several of the longitudes - they show "11" decimal places : all 9,s or 0's after decimal place #2.. So that seems to indicate SDDev was dealing with some limitation there rather purposefully truncating display. Just my $0.02.
    Why don't we ask him then instead of speculating.
    2016-01-25 06:56 PM
  5. NewD's Avatar
    Why don't we ask him then instead of speculating.
    Already on it.
    2016-01-25 08:37 PM
  6. laMe's Avatar
    Original yahoo feed working again
    2016-01-26 02:48 AM
  7. Simon's Avatar
    2016-01-26 02:52 AM
  8. bliken's Avatar
    Probably won't last. Lol
    2016-01-26 02:54 AM
  9. King_O_Hill's Avatar
    Not on my end.

    Check out WW3 for iOS 9/10 - Widget-Weather 3.0
    2016-01-26 02:59 AM
  10. NewD's Avatar
    2016-01-26 03:01 AM
  11. mike42's Avatar
    Not over here either!UniAW7
    2016-01-26 03:02 AM
  12. Marty McFly's Avatar
    Original yahoo feed working again
    Yep. Location data in my xml file again.

    Edit: Haha. Not anymore.
    Last edited by Marty McFly; 2016-01-26 at 03:30 AM.
    2016-01-26 03:12 AM
  13. Simon's Avatar
    Someone at yahoo is playing games with us lol.
    Mine is still working right now.
    2016-01-26 03:32 AM
  14. laMe's Avatar
    Someone at yahoo is playing games with us lol.
    Mine is still working right now.
    Same
    2016-01-26 03:54 AM
  15. <Ian Nicoll/>'s Avatar
    With it working again I see in the xml file <name>TBD</name> (it's still TBD), so even now it works again the widget is still using the new Yahoo feed for city name.

    We don't want the extra call if all is working as normal so you can either delete (or comment-out) all the code, or just incase this happens again change this line:
    if (obj.city == "TBD") {
    To this:
    if (obj.extraLocNeighborhood == "") {
    Now when the API is working as normal the widget will not use the new call.
    2016-01-26 04:36 AM
  16. NewD's Avatar
    With it working again I see in the xml file <name>TBD</name> (it's still TBD), so even now it works again the widget is still using the new Yahoo feed for city name.
    The field 'name' in the xml used to give the same data as 'city' in iOS7. Dacal used it in the widget code for a long time as I'm sure you remember, Ian.. Then in iOS8 early to mid .. 'name' gave us the 'weather station' town closest to where our WOEID was associated with... But then later in iOS8 'name' changed to all 'TBD' and has been that way ever since. The recent crap here with the Yahoo feed not working hasn't changed that. Well - at least not on American phones. Things could be different around the world.

    Whoever said Yahoo is 'toying' with us I tend to agree with...
    2016-01-26 05:20 AM
  17. <Ian Nicoll/>'s Avatar
    The field 'name' in the xml used to give the same data as 'city' in iOS7. Dacal used it in the widget code for a long time as I'm sure you remember, Ian.. Then in iOS8 early to mid .. 'name' gave us the 'weather station' town closest to where our WOEID was associated with... But then later in iOS8 'name' changed to all 'TBD' and has been that way ever since. The recent crap here with the Yahoo feed not working hasn't changed that. Well - at least not on American phones. Things could be different around the world.

    Whoever said Yahoo is 'toying' with us I tend to agree with...
    Yeah, I'de be as well taking out the code that looks for <name>, and <locationid>.

    Would still like to see the 6 digit coordinates in the xml file though (KOH?) I know some people like to see the coordinates on their screen & making them 6 decimal places would make them very long to fit on screen, but we can reduce then in js for the display. With 6 digits we can actually use them as you never know!
    Last edited by <Ian Nicoll/>; 2016-01-26 at 05:34 AM.
    2016-01-26 05:28 AM
  18. NewD's Avatar
    Ian.. I notice you grab LocationID in UniAW7.. What does that field contain that's of interest to UniAW?

    Thx
    2016-01-26 05:35 AM
  19. <Ian Nicoll/>'s Avatar
    Ian.. I notice you grab LocationID in UniAW7.. What does that field contain that's of interest to UniAW?
    Thx
    Nothing, you can delete this line:
    obj.locationid = $(this).find('locationid').text();
    I haven't had it in my own copy for a long time but not worth updating it for this, it does no harm.

    Maybe Dacal used it for something a long time ago.
    2016-01-26 06:02 AM
  20. Clem-Clone's Avatar
    Original yahoo feed working again
    Yeah, thought I saw that too. Working for me.
    2016-01-26 06:13 AM
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