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Open Weather Map - CurIcon - zra - 11-07-2019

If Im understanding this correctly, the value corresponds to a weather condition. However on the website the values are not the same as what the driver is displaying. 

https://openweathermap.org/weather-conditions



For example "Clear sky" value on driver is 32 but 01d from the above link. 

Is there some relationship or am I missing something?


RE: Open Weather Map - CurIcon - Dean Roddey - 11-07-2019

For backwards compatibility, all of the weather drivers since after the original Weather Channel one have mapped their values (as best we can) to those original Weather Channel ids, so that folks didn't have to re-do all of their weather screens (and so our auto-generated ones would continue to work with the existing weather condition images sets we auto-generate. The Weather Underground one and this one don't support all of those condition ids or exactly match to them.

But to see what any given id (assuming it's generated) would create, look through the two sets of weather condition images in the CQC image repo. The image names are the numbers for that condition.


RE: Open Weather Map - CurIcon - zra - 11-08-2019

(11-07-2019, 03:13 PM)Dean Roddey Wrote: For backwards compatibility, all of the weather drivers since after the original Weather Channel one have mapped their values (as best we can) to those original Weather Channel ids, so that folks didn't have to re-do all of their weather screens (and so our auto-generated ones would continue to work with the existing weather condition images sets we auto-generate. The Weather Underground one and this one don't support all of those condition ids or exactly match to them.

But to see what any given id (assuming it's generated) would create, look through the two sets of weather condition images in the CQC image repo. The image names are the numbers for that condition.


Thanks. All fixed with the new fancy weather icons.