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Old 01 November 2018, 02:03   #1
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Wet OS3/OS4




NB: This will update to 6.6 on OS3 and 6.7 on OS4

This program retrieves local meterological data from the Internet, and saves it in (regulary updating) env-vars to allow you to display it in the WB titlebar, as an icon on Workbench, AmiDock or in the GUI. It can show a forecast for up to 24 hours ahead (where available), and is fully localisable.

This is a patch file to update to v6.7. You will need v6.1 or higher
installed first.

Wet v6.6/6.7: Download

Updated translations for:
- Basque
- Czech
- German
- Italian
- Polish (OS3 only)
- Spanish
- Turkish

Changed in this release:

6.7 (07.02.2019) OS4 ONLY
The data is now hosted at an HTTPS location and the program has been
Currently

6.6 (28.10.2018)
METAR code GS has been reclassified as "snow pellets" in the USA.
(was previously "small hail/snow pellets" but we only printed
"small hail" for this code) (this is a catalog update only)
(was supposed to release this on 13th September but I forgot!)
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Old 01 November 2018, 12:27   #2
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Cool, thanks
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Old 02 November 2018, 04:56   #3
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Hi AmigaSystem!

Looks very cool but nothing happens when I run either Wet or Wet.OS3... I mean absolutely nothing, no crash but also nothing else... What am I doing wrong?

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Old 02 November 2018, 10:17   #4
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What operating system are you using?
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Old 02 November 2018, 15:20   #5
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I tried on WinUAE with AmigaOS 3.1.4
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Old 02 November 2018, 16:04   #6
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I have no OS 3.1.4 to test, Wet Works well with OS 3.9, while with OS 3.1 it is very difficult to work.

Wet requires:

PNG Datatypes

Classes/Gadgets/:
- string.gadget
- layout.gadget
- integer.gadget
- listbrowser.gadget
- scroller.gadget
- button.gadget
- clicktab.gadget
- radiobutton.gadg

Classes/Images/:
- glyph.image
- drawlist.image
- penmap.image
- titlebar.image

Classes/:
- window.class
- arexx.class
- requester.class
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Hi AmigaSystem!

Thank you! I used SnoopDOS, which told me that I was missing requester.class so I installed the latest ClassAct libraries v3.3 and, voilà! Wet works and it is very cool

Thanks a lot!!!
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Hi AmigaSystem!

Thank you! I used SnoopDOS, which told me that I was missing requester.class so I installed the latest ClassAct libraries v3.3 and, voilà! Wet works and it is very cool

Thanks a lot!!!
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Ok tygre, then Wet worked with OS 3.14?
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Hi AmigaSystem!

Yes, indeed

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Hi AmigaSystem!

Thank you! I used SnoopDOS, which told me that I was missing requester.class so I installed the latest ClassAct libraries v3.3 and, voilà! Wet works and it is very cool

Thanks a lot!!!
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Screenshot please
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Wet Update v6.6/6.7

This is a patch file to update to v6.7. You will need v6.1 or higher
installed first, First page download link
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Thanks!

But it is always showing me snow and rain... when is sunshine coming???



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He gave me the Sun this morning., see screnshot
Only problem "server error not connected", i also have wrong values on "Sunrise" and "Sunset", i sent an email to its author.
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