kdownes at tpg.com.au
Mon Mar 24 18:50:50 WST 2008
> On Thu, 20 Mar 2008, Kev Downes wrote:
>> Greetings from the fabulous Gt Southern,
>> I've always run the little KWeather applet in my panel. However, now
>> that I live in Albany I'm not so interested in Perth's weather. I noted
>> last night, at a friend's place, that the weather applet in Vista allows
>> an Albany (in WA not NY) selection. Can, and if so, will someone please
>> point me at a way to achieve this in Linux. I assume that as Windoze
>> does it, the met office here at Albany does have some link enabled for
>> this purpose.
> Hi Kev,
> Been crook again this last week and am only catching up now.
> If you get stuck try...
> Otherwise I think its a matter of finding the correct airport code to plug
> in to kweather. Try this for Albany WA :)
Hi ya Bloke,
Sorry to hear you're down again. Get well soon - you'll feel better ;-) .
Thanx for the above. I discovered that Albany is YABA, but now I can't
find out how to get it in the relevant database/txt file. I thought
that it could be done in the applet, but alas no. I found
~/.kde/share/config/panelappletrc but adding YABA to either/both of them
doesn't have it show up in the applet.
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