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On 12/05/17 20:08, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 12/05/17 16:27, Graham Easterling wrote:
Anyone else had any issues with rain today? It often comes up with
error messages, both on my Windows 10 PC (under Chrome - where it
relates to Javascript) and on my iPad.


Yes, I get that on Windoze 10 with Chrome and FF.

On Linux, FF behaves the same but Chromium is fine. Qupzilla is also
screwed. Dunno why Chromium should work. Odd.

On my iPad, it's working OK - or no worse than it usually does - on
Safari. It's using the mobile version of the display which is a pile of
crud.


Has been working on everything for several days but now it's crashed in
Chrome/Chromium on both Windows 10 and Linux this evening. As before,
it's a problem with not loading Google Maps correctly. iPad OK - for now.


--
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Web-site: http://www.scarlet-jade.com/
Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear,
or an idiot from any direction! [Irish proverb]




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On Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 5:49:06 PM UTC+1, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 12/05/17 20:08, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 12/05/17 16:27, Graham Easterling wrote:
Anyone else had any issues with rain today? It often comes up with
error messages, both on my Windows 10 PC (under Chrome - where it
relates to Javascript) and on my iPad.


Yes, I get that on Windoze 10 with Chrome and FF.

On Linux, FF behaves the same but Chromium is fine. Qupzilla is also
screwed. Dunno why Chromium should work. Odd.

On my iPad, it's working OK - or no worse than it usually does - on
Safari. It's using the mobile version of the display which is a pile of
crud.


Has been working on everything for several days but now it's crashed in
Chrome/Chromium on both Windows 10 and Linux this evening. As before,
it's a problem with not loading Google Maps correctly. iPad OK - for now.


--
Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks. [Retd meteorologist/programmer]
Web-site: http://www.scarlet-jade.com/
Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear,
or an idiot from any direction! [Irish proverb]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
It's rubbish. Sometimes it works, but mostly it does n't on my Windows 10 PC.
It does n't matter which browser I use.
I have given up on it.
And to think MeteoGrope are taking over as supplier of forecasts for the BBC.


Len
Wembury

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On Wednesday, 17 May 2017 20:20:47 UTC+1, wrote:
On Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 5:49:06 PM UTC+1, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 12/05/17 20:08, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 12/05/17 16:27, Graham Easterling wrote:
Anyone else had any issues with rain today? It often comes up with
error messages, both on my Windows 10 PC (under Chrome - where it
relates to Javascript) and on my iPad.


Yes, I get that on Windoze 10 with Chrome and FF.

On Linux, FF behaves the same but Chromium is fine. Qupzilla is also
screwed. Dunno why Chromium should work. Odd.

On my iPad, it's working OK - or no worse than it usually does - on
Safari. It's using the mobile version of the display which is a pile of
crud.


Has been working on everything for several days but now it's crashed in
Chrome/Chromium on both Windows 10 and Linux this evening. As before,
it's a problem with not loading Google Maps correctly. iPad OK - for now.


--
Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks. [Retd meteorologist/programmer]
Web-site: http://www.scarlet-jade.com/
Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear,
or an idiot from any direction! [Irish proverb]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
It's rubbish. Sometimes it works, but mostly it does n't on my Windows 10 PC.
It does n't matter which browser I use.
I have given up on it.
And to think MeteoGrope are taking over as supplier of forecasts for the BBC.


Len
Wembury

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I use this more nowadays as have the same problem:
http://www.netweather.tv/index.cgi?action=radar;sess=

Keith (Southend)
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On 17/05/2017 20:58, Keith Harris wrote:
On Wednesday, 17 May 2017 20:20:47 UTC+1, wrote:
On Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 5:49:06 PM UTC+1, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 12/05/17 20:08, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 12/05/17 16:27, Graham Easterling wrote:
Anyone else had any issues with rain today? It often comes up with
error messages, both on my Windows 10 PC (under Chrome - where it
relates to Javascript) and on my iPad.


Yes, I get that on Windoze 10 with Chrome and FF.

On Linux, FF behaves the same but Chromium is fine. Qupzilla is also
screwed. Dunno why Chromium should work. Odd.

On my iPad, it's working OK - or no worse than it usually does - on
Safari. It's using the mobile version of the display which is a pile of
crud.


Has been working on everything for several days but now it's crashed in
Chrome/Chromium on both Windows 10 and Linux this evening. As before,
it's a problem with not loading Google Maps correctly. iPad OK - for now.


--
Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks. [Retd meteorologist/programmer]
Web-site: http://www.scarlet-jade.com/
Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear,
or an idiot from any direction! [Irish proverb]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
It's rubbish. Sometimes it works, but mostly it does n't on my Windows 10 PC.
It does n't matter which browser I use.
I have given up on it.
And to think MeteoGrope are taking over as supplier of forecasts for the BBC.


Len
Wembury

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------


I use this more nowadays as have the same problem:
http://www.netweather.tv/index.cgi?action=radar;sess=

Keith (Southend)


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On 17/05/2017 20:20, wrote:
On Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 5:49:06 PM UTC+1, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 12/05/17 20:08, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 12/05/17 16:27, Graham Easterling wrote:
Anyone else had any issues with rain today? It often comes up with
error messages, both on my Windows 10 PC (under Chrome - where it
relates to Javascript) and on my iPad.


Yes, I get that on Windoze 10 with Chrome and FF.

On Linux, FF behaves the same but Chromium is fine. Qupzilla is also
screwed. Dunno why Chromium should work. Odd.

On my iPad, it's working OK - or no worse than it usually does - on
Safari. It's using the mobile version of the display which is a pile of
crud.


Has been working on everything for several days but now it's crashed in
Chrome/Chromium on both Windows 10 and Linux this evening. As before,
it's a problem with not loading Google Maps correctly. iPad OK - for now.


--
Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks. [Retd meteorologist/programmer]
Web-site:
http://www.scarlet-jade.com/
Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear,
or an idiot from any direction! [Irish proverb]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
It's rubbish. Sometimes it works, but mostly it does n't on my Windows 10 PC.
It does n't matter which browser I use.
I have given up on it.


No problems with it here (premium version).


--

Paul Hyett, Cheltenham


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On 18/05/17 07:12, Vidcapper wrote:
On 17/05/2017 20:20, wrote:
On Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 5:49:06 PM UTC+1, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 12/05/17 20:08, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 12/05/17 16:27, Graham Easterling wrote:
Anyone else had any issues with rain today? It often comes up with
error messages, both on my Windows 10 PC (under Chrome - where it
relates to Javascript) and on my iPad.


Yes, I get that on Windoze 10 with Chrome and FF.

On Linux, FF behaves the same but Chromium is fine. Qupzilla is also
screwed. Dunno why Chromium should work. Odd.

On my iPad, it's working OK - or no worse than it usually does - on
Safari. It's using the mobile version of the display which is a pile of
crud.


Has been working on everything for several days but now it's crashed in
Chrome/Chromium on both Windows 10 and Linux this evening. As before,
it's a problem with not loading Google Maps correctly. iPad OK - for
now.


--
Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks. [Retd meteorologist/programmer]
Web-site:
http://www.scarlet-jade.com/
Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear,
or an idiot from any direction! [Irish proverb]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

It's rubbish. Sometimes it works, but mostly it does n't on my Windows
10 PC.
It does n't matter which browser I use.
I have given up on it.


No problems with it here (premium version).



It's also OK here this morning with the free version. Whether someone
fixed it or it's just an accident I dunno.

--
Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks. [Retd meteorologist/programmer]
Web-site: http://www.scarlet-jade.com/
Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear,
or an idiot from any direction! [Irish proverb]



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On Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 8:32:36 AM UTC+1, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 18/05/17 07:12, Vidcapper wrote:
On 17/05/2017 20:20, wrote:
On Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 5:49:06 PM UTC+1, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 12/05/17 20:08, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 12/05/17 16:27, Graham Easterling wrote:
Anyone else had any issues with rain today? It often comes up with
error messages, both on my Windows 10 PC (under Chrome - where it
relates to Javascript) and on my iPad.


Yes, I get that on Windoze 10 with Chrome and FF.

On Linux, FF behaves the same but Chromium is fine. Qupzilla is also
screwed. Dunno why Chromium should work. Odd.

On my iPad, it's working OK - or no worse than it usually does - on
Safari. It's using the mobile version of the display which is a pile of
crud.


Has been working on everything for several days but now it's crashed in
Chrome/Chromium on both Windows 10 and Linux this evening. As before,
it's a problem with not loading Google Maps correctly. iPad OK - for
now.


--
Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks. [Retd meteorologist/programmer]
Web-site:
http://www.scarlet-jade.com/
Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear,
or an idiot from any direction! [Irish proverb]
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

It's rubbish. Sometimes it works, but mostly it does n't on my Windows
10 PC.
It does n't matter which browser I use.
I have given up on it.


No problems with it here (premium version).



It's also OK here this morning with the free version. Whether someone
fixed it or it's just an accident I dunno.

--
Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks. [Retd meteorologist/programmer]
Web-site: http://www.scarlet-jade.com/
Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear,
or an idiot from any direction! [Irish proverb]


Fine here today.

My problem with the netweather site is that even the lightest rain totally hides the map. A bit of an issue when you're stuck out on the tip of Cornwall, trying to see exactly how close the clearance is when the nearest bit of visible coast is near Southampton. The Scilly webcams come into there own at those times. Talking of which the odd Cu big enough to give a brief shower over the sea http://www.landsendweather.info/ before that start to develop inland.

Graham
Penzance
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Graham Easterling wrote:

On Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 8:32:36 AM UTC+1, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 18/05/17 07:12, Vidcapper wrote:
On 17/05/2017 20:20, wrote:
On Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 5:49:06 PM UTC+1, Graham P Davis

wrote: On 12/05/17 20:08, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 12/05/17 16:27, Graham Easterling wrote:
Anyone else had any issues with rain today? It often comes up

with error messages, both on my Windows 10 PC (under Chrome -
where it relates to Javascript) and on my iPad.


Yes, I get that on Windoze 10 with Chrome and FF.

On Linux, FF behaves the same but Chromium is fine. Qupzilla

is also screwed. Dunno why Chromium should work. Odd.

On my iPad, it's working OK - or no worse than it usually does

- on Safari. It's using the mobile version of the display
which is a pile of crud.


Has been working on everything for several days but now it's

crashed in Chrome/Chromium on both Windows 10 and Linux this
evening. As before, it's a problem with not loading Google Maps
correctly. iPad OK - for now.


--
Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks. [Retd

meteorologist/programmer] Web-site:
http://www.scarlet-jade.com/
Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear,
or an idiot from any direction! [Irish proverb]

--------------------------------------------------------------------
---------

It's rubbish. Sometimes it works, but mostly it does n't on my

Windows 10 PC.
It does n't matter which browser I use.
I have given up on it.

No problems with it here (premium version).



It's also OK here this morning with the free version. Whether
someone fixed it or it's just an accident I dunno.

--
Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks. [Retd meteorologist/programmer]
Web-site: http://www.scarlet-jade.com/
Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear,
or an idiot from any direction! [Irish proverb]


Fine here today.

My problem with the netweather site is that even the lightest rain
totally hides the map. A bit of an issue when you're stuck out on the
tip of Cornwall, trying to see exactly how close the clearance is
when the nearest bit of visible coast is near Southampton. The Scilly
webcams come into there own at those times. Talking of which the odd
Cu big enough to give a brief shower over the sea
http://www.landsendweather.info/ before that start to develop inland.

Graham
Penzance


The opacity of the rain display is user-selectable. Anything from
completely invisible to completely hiding the map. (At least that's how
it works on the subscription version)

--
Norman

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On Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 1:59:22 PM UTC+1, Norman Lynagh wrote:
Graham Easterling wrote:

On Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 8:32:36 AM UTC+1, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 18/05/17 07:12, Vidcapper wrote:
On 17/05/2017 20:20, wrote:
On Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 5:49:06 PM UTC+1, Graham P Davis
wrote: On 12/05/17 20:08, Graham P Davis wrote:
On 12/05/17 16:27, Graham Easterling wrote:
Anyone else had any issues with rain today? It often comes up
with error messages, both on my Windows 10 PC (under Chrome -
where it relates to Javascript) and on my iPad.


Yes, I get that on Windoze 10 with Chrome and FF.

On Linux, FF behaves the same but Chromium is fine. Qupzilla
is also screwed. Dunno why Chromium should work. Odd.

On my iPad, it's working OK - or no worse than it usually does
- on Safari. It's using the mobile version of the display
which is a pile of crud.


Has been working on everything for several days but now it's
crashed in Chrome/Chromium on both Windows 10 and Linux this
evening. As before, it's a problem with not loading Google Maps
correctly. iPad OK - for now.


--
Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks. [Retd
meteorologist/programmer] Web-site:
http://www.scarlet-jade.com/
Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear,
or an idiot from any direction! [Irish proverb]

--------------------------------------------------------------------
---------

It's rubbish. Sometimes it works, but mostly it does n't on my
Windows 10 PC.
It does n't matter which browser I use.
I have given up on it.

No problems with it here (premium version).



It's also OK here this morning with the free version. Whether
someone fixed it or it's just an accident I dunno.

--
Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks. [Retd meteorologist/programmer]
Web-site: http://www.scarlet-jade.com/
Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear,
or an idiot from any direction! [Irish proverb]


Fine here today.

My problem with the netweather site is that even the lightest rain
totally hides the map. A bit of an issue when you're stuck out on the
tip of Cornwall, trying to see exactly how close the clearance is
when the nearest bit of visible coast is near Southampton. The Scilly
webcams come into there own at those times. Talking of which the odd
Cu big enough to give a brief shower over the sea
http://www.landsendweather.info/ before that start to develop inland.

Graham
Penzance


The opacity of the rain display is user-selectable. Anything from
completely invisible to completely hiding the map. (At least that's how
it works on the subscription version)

--
Norman


Doesn't seem to be on the free version, unless I'm missing something. Perhaps it's all a cunning plan to encourage people to subscribe!

Graham


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