[Support request] Yahoo weather empty

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  • #3988
    AvatarRoyalTaz
    Participant

    Hi !

    Since last update of yahoo weather plugin, many time a day, all cases are empty.
    I can view that in dashboard, sometime it’s ok, sometimes it’s empty (time at 01:00).

    I’ve made blocky to empty and re-enter my city a few time after, but it’s not a good thing.

    Is it possible to update the plugin just 1 or 2 time/day ?

    Regards.

    #3991
    AvatarK.Rens
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    Inside the Yahoo weather service, click on the advanced button.
    You can then select after how many minutes it should update itself.

    It’s indeed not nice, yahoo weather is not 100% reliable.
    I can maybe write a new update that if the values are 0, they are not updated.
    I just need to figure out whether the data is empty (and only displayed as 0) or wether it’s really outputting 0 as value.

    Kind regards,
    K.Rens

    #3993
    AvatarRoyalTaz
    Participant

    Ok,thanks, i’ll try on this way.

    When it’s KO, the sunset and sunrise values are set to “01:00”, but I don’t know if the real value is “01:00” or “0” :-/

    #4037
    Avatardjandib
    Participant

    I work a lot with sunset and sunrise, so here`s my little workaround:

    Workaround Sunrise

    #4038
    Avatardjandib
    Participant
    #4043
    AvatarRoyalTaz
    Participant

    Hi !

    I’ve also made a loop to keep sunrise/sunset :

    I use a Vdevice to watch values in imperihome, and my var in vdevice are set to “vide” on sunrise

    My Pict

    I’ve installed the yahoo weather update, so i’ll keep an eye on it 😉

    A++

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 10 months ago by AvatarRoyalTaz.
    #4049
    AvatarK.Rens
    Keymaster

    The new update should have fixed it, keep me posted if it still happens 🙂

    Kind regards,
    K.Rens

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