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Weather or Not 4.0.0

  by Ai Squared This app is rated 5 out of 5 stars with 16 ratings. XML Feed for Weather or Not 4.0.0

Weather or Not speaks the current weather conditions for each of the provided locations when the assigned hot key is pressed. The default hot key is Control-Insert-W to speak the conditions, and Alt-Insert-W to display the conditions in a read-only edit box. After installing the Weather or Not script, you'll want to change/add condition locations using the Weather or Not options dialog, accessed through the Script Help button in the Window-Eyes Script Manager dialog. NOTE: This script requires the GW Toolkit

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Supported Languages: English, Polish

Minimum Version: Window-Eyes 7.0

Version 4.0.0

5/6/2016 10:56:31 AM
  • Re-written to use the Weather Unlocked API (www.weatherunlocked.com).
  • UI has been simplified.

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File Details:

  • Filename: weatherornot.wepm
  • Date: 5/6/2016 10:56:32 AM
  • Size: 66.4KB
  • Total Downloads: 20190

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Comments

On 7/21/2011, corange wrote:

Very convenient app, and quite sophisticated behind it's simple UI. It's also a very nice example of how to get XML data from a internet URL.

On 2/20/2011, randytravisfan wrote:

Love the feature but wondering where they get the weather from. All seems to be correct except wind speed which is way off. Says it is south at 9 MPH when infact today it is 21MPH gusting to 29. Other stats seem to be in sync.

On 4/13/2010, corange wrote:

there's no easy way to get current weather conditions.

On 10/26/2009, kctrain wrote:

This is a super script and everyone really likes it when I teach them how to use it.

On 3/30/2009, macaroni5052 wrote:

I'm very pleased with the weather or not script. I think the one thing I'd like to see in an update is, sunset and sunrise times. I just don't see that in a lot of weather programs.

On 11/29/2008, sp9qlo wrote:

I love this script. Wheather forecast could be added az another feature in the future I believe. I didn't check it, but I suppose that there are many websites providing wheather information and in some cases wheather information for certain countries can be more acurate depending on chosen server. Thus in the future the select server list could be provided or an edit box to write an address manually.

On 9/29/2008, president731 wrote:

Love this script, and far faster than popping onto weather.com to check current temp.

On 9/19/2008, pietruk wrote:

a weakness of this script is that it does not use air port conditions. This brings up less than accurate wind conditions often showing no true wind speed and direction. Otherwise, a truly neat script which will only get better as it is aged and tweeked.

On 6/26/2008, wd9bch wrote:

Very nice script but a thought, this kind of script could be used of course after modifying to bring up a stock quote of your choice. Probably the search engine could be yahoo.com or other search engines.

On 5/29/2008, gwmicro wrote:

Thanks, Jared. Version 2.5 and later address the issue of forecast vs. current conditions.

On 5/8/2008, JaredW wrote:

Just a linguistic comment. This script always references speaking or displaying of the forecast, which implies that it reports future projected conditions. This isn't the case. It speaks current conditions and does no forecasting as of now. Just sayin', and for what it does it's a great utility. We could really make a whole series of Wineyes scripts that could function like sidebar wigits, only much more intuitive for the speech/Braille user.

On 4/18/2008, kevinh wrote:

I have found this script to be very useful

On 3/29/2008, sclower wrote:

This is a great script.

On 3/28/2008, donbishop49 wrote:

I like it alot. Would like a bit more of a forecast, but on the otherhand, it quick and easy.

On 3/21/2008, rshugart wrote:

This is a cool script.