[olug] Replacing the Weather Bug
Don E. Kauffman
dekauff at cox.net
Tue Aug 16 13:50:09 UTC 2005
Gnome has a weather applet that does pretty much what the weather bug
does. Checked to see if there was a way to get this on to the kde
panel. It doesn't look like there is but maybe a KDE aficionado can
figure one out... When you click it, it opens up a current conditions
and forecast news. It has the temp and an icon that represents the
current weather. I really like it.
On Tue, 2005-08-16 at 08:11 -0500, Noel Leistad wrote:
> It's not a separate app, but I'm a HUGE fan of ForcastFox w/i Firefox.
> Profiles for each area you want to watch, radar thumbnail, verbose tool
> tip w/ as much info as you want to add.
> Newest version is supposed to ROTATE profiles so you can watch more than
> one area.
> Dave Thacker wrote:
> >>On Mon, 2005-08-15 at 23:58 -0500, Dave Thacker wrote:
> >>>The "kitchen computer" has officially been replaced, and is now running
> >>>SuSE 9.3 running KDE. Outside of the grumbling about having to login,
> >>>I've had few complaints. I do see one heading down the road, though.
> >>>My wife runs the "weather bug" utility on her PC at work, and we used to
> >>>run it on the former kitchen computer. I need something that will pull
> >>>weather data from NWS in Omaha, and display it prettily on the system
> >>>tray. I've seen a weather component in Kontact, but the data it shows is
> >>>pretty limited. Anybody seen a "weather bug" replacement for linux?
> >>>Dave Thacker
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