WeatherCat Version 1.1.2 Now Available

We are delighted to announce the release of WeatherCat version 1.1.2.

Changes since version 1.1.1 include:

  • Fixed a crash that could occur with WMR200 and WH1080 stations on start-up.
  • Added a DAYSAGO() function that can be used as a time period specifier with the STAT$ custom web tag. This can be used to query data from a given day in the past – for example DAYSAGO(2) is the day before yesterday.
  • Added Internal Humidity as a trigger for custom alerts.

This is a free update for existing owners.

As always, you can download this version from our WeatherCat page.

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WeatherCat Version 1.1.1 Now Available

We are happy to announce the release of WeatherCat version 1.1.1.

Changes since version 1.1.0 include:

  • Added Fine Offset WH1080/2080 support. This station is sold under a variety of brands including Maplin (N96GY), Ambient Weather, Conrad, Clas Ohlson, Watson (W-8681) and others. For more information on this station, please visit our wiki page:http://wiki.trixology.com/index.php/Fine_Offset
  • WMR200: Fixed an issue whereby UV would indicate as invalid when it should be valid.
  • WMR200: Fixed an issue whereby the historical download window would stop updating after 5 minutes (the download continues and completes).
  • Latest Italian translations courtesy of Federico Paoletti.
  • Documentation update.

This is a free update for existing owners.

Please visit our WeatherCat page to download the new version.

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WeatherCat Version 1.1.0 Now Available

We are very pleased to announce the release of WeatherCat version 1.1.0.

Changes since version 1.0.2 include:

  • Added Oregon Scientific WMR200 support.
  • Added calibration and anemometer height compensation (Preferences->Misc 2).
  • Added an SDK (available here –  documentation and example project included (Xcode 4))
  • Added daily backups (Tools menu).
  • Printing improvements – it is now possible to print all basic graphs and the current daily and monthly reports.
  • Plotting style of basic wind direction graph is now settable to one of line, shortest path or dots (Preferences->Misc 2)
  • Data export rewritten. It is now possible to export all raw data as a .csv file which should open directly in most spreadsheet software.
  • Added SINCE9AM as a period parameter that can be used in the STAT$ tag – example: Highest temperature since 9 A.M.= STAT$TEMPERATURE:MAX:SINCE9AM$TEMPUNITS$ at STAT$TEMPERATURE:MAX:SINCE9AM:TIME$
  • Added an HRS(x) function which can be used as the period parameter in the STAT$ tag, This function specifies a time period in hours from ‘now’ – e.g. Highest temperature in the last 24 hours = STAT$TEMPERATURE:MAX:HRS(24)$TEMPUNITS$ at STAT$TEMPERATURE:MAX:HRS(24):TIME$
  • FTP re-architected to increase upload speed, reduce the number of connections and reduce latency of time sensitive data.
  • Holding down the ‘ctrl’ key whilst scrolling graphs and imagery via the WeatherCat Controller buttons now accelerates the scrolling.
  • Vantage VUE stability update.
  • Added Wd$ macro (wind direction) that can be used with custom alert emails.
  • Documentation update.
  • Various bug fixes.

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

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WeatherCat Version 1.0.2 Now Available

We are pleased to announce the release of WeatherCat version 1.0.2.

Changes since version 1.0.1 include:

  • Compatibility update for Mac OS X 10.8 GM
  • Heat index will now calculate below a relative humidity of 40.

You can grab the update from our WeatherCat page.

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WeatherCat Version 1.0.1 Now Available

We are pleased to announce the release of WeatherCat version 1.0.1.

Changes since version 1.0.0 include:

  • Initial Mac OS X 10.8 compatibility
  • Added optional shutdown delay to wait for scripts that are being closed
  • Updated localisations
  • Stability improvements

You can grab the update from our WeatherCat page.

(Note: The first time your run this version, you may be asked to allow WeatherCat access to your Keychain – this is normal; it’s the result of a change in signing requirements)

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