WeatherCat Version 1.2.4 Now Available

We are pleased to announce the release of WeatherCat version 1.2.4.

This is a maintenance update for 10.9. This update also includes the latest Italian translation courtesy of Federico Paoletti.

This is a free update for existing owners and, as always,  you can download this release from our WeatherCat page.

Meg Out.

WeatherCat Version 1.2.3 Now Available

Hello folks,

Hot on the heels of version 1.2.2 comes version 1.2.3!

A few customers were seeing high CPU usage on Mac OS X 10.9 – this update fixes the issue.

This is a free update for existing owners and you can download this release from our WeatherCat page.

Update: After this build was posted, the build was updated to fix an issue with commas in numbers. If you have build 14, please download again to get build 16.

Meg Out.

WeatherCat Version 1.2.2 Now Available

Hello folks,

WeatherCat version 1.2.2 is now available – this is a Mac OS X 10.9 compatibility update and is a free update for existing owners.

You can download this release from our WeatherCat page.

Meg Out.

WeatherCat Version 1.2.1 Now Available

WeatherCat version 1.2.1 is now available!

Changes since version 1.2.0 include:

  1. WeatherBug: If a sensor is missing or data is invalid we will not upload the data (the protocol doesn’t allow us to omit the data).  The WeatherBug status will read ‘Data not ready – waiting…’ in this case. We now also send monthly and annual rain.
  2. Fixed an issue with log window time-stamps. If WeatherCat was set to use the 24hr clock, between the hours of 0 and 1, time-stamps in the log window would display as 24:xx. It’ll now display as 00:xx.
  3. The SQLDriver will now log yearly and monthly rain to the SQL database when running live

This is a free update for existing owners and as always, you can download this release from our WeatherCat page.

Meg Out.

WeatherCat Version 1.2.0 Now Available

We are over the moon to be able to announce that WeatherCat version 1.2.0 is now available!

Highlights of this release include:

  • Added stats for the following additional channels:
    T1 through T8 (extra temperature sensors 1 to 8)
    H1 through H8 (extra humidity sensors 1 to 8)
    LW1 through LW4 (leaf wetness sensors 1 to 4)
    SM1 through SM4 (soil moisture sensors 1 to 4)
    ST1 through ST4 (soil temperature sensors 1 to 4)
    These channels can now be graphed on hourly type custom graphs and can be queried with the STAT$ custom web tag.
  • Data Export (Tools->Data Export) – new implementation. Exports can be created manually or automatically on a daily basis. Two types of export are available – weather data and hourly data.
  • Added in-built support for the following on-line services: Met-Office WOW, WeatherBug, PWSWeather & OpenWeatherMap.
  • WeatherCat can now upload your weather data to a MySQL database opening up a world of applications not previously available to WeatherCat – charting and analysis for example (e.g. High-Charts, JpGraph, GraPHPite, pChart and so on). Features: Auto-import of initial data. Uploading of historical data. Variable rate upload frequency depending on data (fast for wind, slower for other data), resolution down to 1 second.
  • Various minor improvements and bug fixes – please see the release notes found in the ‘Documentation’ folder of the download or the WeatherCat wiki for full details .

This is a free update for existing owners and as always, you can download this release from our WeatherCat page.

Meg out.