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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WeatherCat Version 1.0.1 Beta 4 Now Available

We are pleased to announce the release of WeatherCat version 1.0.1 beta 4 (build 133) in the development forum.

This is the last planned beta release, we expect version 1.0.1 to go final very soon.

More details in the forum.

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WeatherCat Version 1.0.1 Beta 1 Now Available

We are pleased to announce the release of WeatherCat version 1.0.1 beta 1 (build 16) in the development forum.

Note that although we have tested this build, it is a beta release and as such may contain bugs and/or stability issues.

More details in the forum.

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Trixology News

Hello folks,

Just a quick post to bring you up to date with all that’s happening here.

Firstly, PoohBah Industries have released an update to their superb iOS WeatherCat client. Version 1.1 adds a French localisation, user adjustable polling interval and usability improvements – more details can be found at: http://athena.trixology.com/index.php?topic=277.0

Secondly, WeatherCat version 1.0.1 has just gone on test here – we expect to release it to beta within the next few days.

Finally, we’ve just launched a new category in the forums – ‘Weather’. There are three boards here for the discussion of the weather in general, weather station hardware and finally an observations forum where members can post either regular observations from their location or one-off observations for rare/extreme weather events (or a combination of both) – a little bit experimental for us, but exciting nonetheless. More details in the forum.

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