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CumulusMX and Cumulus1 UI style Multilingual Websites

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Working sites may be viewed at
https://silveracorn.nz/cumulusmx/
and
https://silveracorn/cumulus1/
(Note that UV always shows 0 as there is no UV sensor on the station.)

These website templates are based on the look and feel of the User Interface website incorporated into CumulusMX.
It is completely different from the included Cumulus1 style website in cumulusMX and cumulus1.
This website template also includes Optional additional modules that are not part of CumulusMX.

After being very reluctant to face the rigours of support based on past experience, I have relented and decided to make these sites available on the basis that the templates are:-
PROVIDED AS IS AND NOT SUPPORTED.
WHILE COMMENT and ASSISTANCE MAY BE PROVIDED FROM TIME TO TIME VIA THIS FORUM, NO SUPPORT IS OFFERED NOR SHOULD BE EXPECTED.

The templates are based on various components of the CumulusMX distribution so inherit the look and feel of the Cumulus User interface website.

The MX and C1 sites are almost identical, the differences being that Cumulus1 uses the existing Trends graphs in place of the MX Charts, and some pages will not be available on Cumulus1 unless End of Day updates are independently managed with something like Cumulus Toolbox.

This project started simple but I was encouraged to add Current Conditions and Language support.
While I had achieved these in a basic form they have been significantly enhanced by the great work of beteljuice.

A number of languages are already supported by some pages and there is need for translators for:-
Czech Český
German Deutsch
Spanish Español
Finnish Suomalainen
French Français (Translation by laulau)
Italian Italian
Dutch Nederlands
Norwegian Norsk (Partial translation by sutne)
Polish Polski
Portuguese Português
as these are already supported by Current Conditions, Betel Dayfile reader, and SS Gauges.
So translation is required to complete the language set for the remaining pages.
If you are able and willing to assist, There are instructions and template files in the attached file sets.

Cumulus MX Ver 1.0.1
UIwebsiteMX.zip
UIwebsiteMX_Options.zip

Cumulus1 Ver 1.0.1
UIwebsiteC1.zip
UIwebsiteC1_Options.zip

These new files are mainly to provide new $MoonPercent based moon images for both MX and C1 for both Dashboard and CloudBase.
There are a number of other refinements and upgrades to various files. Refer to the latest changelog in each file set.

Updated moonpercent images
images-100.zip
cbmoon.zip
These files contain static images to replace the ones in the Ver 1.0.1 file sets above as some of the images were out of sequence. Same files for both MX and C1.
images-100 replace those in /images/ and cbmoon images replace those in /images/cb/moon/

MX b3071+ will create the image on start up then every hour on the hour. The latest image will be sent at the next interval after a restart then every hour on the hour with the right configuration in MX.
MX b3071+ and later will use the 100x100 moon.png file directly on the dashboard and Cloudbase will rezise it 'on the fly'.
C1 and other versions of MX will use a set of static images derived from the 400x400 BaseMoon image and resized as a set of $moonPercent images for both dashboard and C1. Thanks to Big Daddy for assistance with these images.

No Commas File Set
CumulusNoComma.zip
should contain all the files that are required to make the change to fixed decimal points rather than decimal points or commas depending on locale.

However, it is not clear if this will be sufficient.
The 'RC' versions of data elements are limited (the list is included in this file set).

These files may be used for MX or C1.
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Post by HansR »

Looks very nice, thanks.
But where to download? I only see links to operational sites.
Or should I take pages and libraries one by one from your site?
https://meteo-wagenborgen.nl / Cumulus 3.6.8 (build: 3084)
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If you read the first post you will see this is an ADVANCE NOTICE.
There is still work to be done before it is made available.

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Aha... Yes. I thought maybe an advance notice implies a beta release ;)
https://meteo-wagenborgen.nl / Cumulus 3.6.8 (build: 3084)
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Nice work BCJKiwi! I really like it. :clap:
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I have just upgraded to MX from being on Cumulus 1 for many years, and I was wondering if there were web pages to match the new internal pages, and I happened to come across your site yesterday and thought it was great, and did wonder if the scrips were available. So pleased that you are going to be releasing the code. On my old Cumulus 1 site, I did have extra pages that showed all the day file entries, a top 10, and the Annual Data table, but there were all different styles, and I never really integrated then into the site properly. Speaking of the Annual Data, (you may be aware) but the Seasonal table / info doesn't seem to be displaying when you select it.

Does your site rely on just the web tags / realtime files generated by Cumulus, or do you need a MySQL backend as well.

Ian.

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Hi, Thanks for your interest.
There is no SQL involved.

It uses a combination of a few of the standard, and a number of other "template" files in the cumulusmx/web folder.
The uploads are much smaller than those in the Cumulus1 system. However with the extra pages, there are some larger files but these larger files are mainly End of Day files.

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Nice! I'm watching how this develops and await roll-out

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The file sets have been made available - see the first post.

Still looking for translators, so if you install either the MX or C1 version and add translations for your language, please PM me the new language file(s) so I can update the file sets.
Note,
The same files are used for both MX and C1.

Thanks

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My sites with the BCJKiwi websites -
http://www.komokaweather.com/cumulusmx
http://www.komokaweather.com/cumulus1

Note: both Cumulus1 and CumulusMX are connected wifi with WiFiLogger so only one can run at the same time, therefore one or the other would not have current data updated which you can see on the dashboard time.

Enjoy,
Paul

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Here are mine :
Looking good, and data all the way to 2002!

Enjoy,
Paul

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Wonderful,and very useful.

Just one tiny niggle, both Cumulus 1 and MX pages say "Powered by CumulusMX" , it is trivial to check (as I do on my own web page) whether build first digit is 1 or 3 and adjust the text appropriately, whilst still having same page for both flavours. (2nd best: change text to "Powered by Cumulus" so it works for both).
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@sfws
Thanks for the info,
The "CumulusMX" is in footer.php @ line 9
There are many common files and it is not always easy to remember the finer points of the differences between them all when updating.

Just change CumulusMX to Cumulus for C1.

Will update the distribution files set.

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CloudbaseCUmx.php

Updated 2020 Apr 04
See first post this thread.

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