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guagesT.htm

Post by GiveToLive » Wed 07 Jan 2015 2:55 am

A couple of issues:

The 3003 version of gaugesT.htm is really messed up. Reverted back to the 3001 version which works OK.

Cumulus.ini has two FTP sections. The first one seems to have the correct information for "realtime.txt". The second one though seems to be the one MX is using. This second FTP section at the end of the ini file is where RealtimeTxtFTP must be manually set to 1 instead of 0. But any change that requires MX to rewrite the ini file will reset RealtimeTxtFTP=0.
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Re: guagesT.htm

Post by steve » Wed 07 Jan 2015 8:14 am

GiveToLive wrote:The 3003 version of gaugesT.htm is really messed up.
It's the same as the one I'm using here - http://sanday.org.uk/weather/gauges.htm - and seems to work for me.
Cumulus.ini has two FTP sections.
Does one have the word 'site' in [FTP site] starting with a lower case 's' and one with an upper case 'S'? This was the purpose of my post here - http://sandaysoft.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=12881. Everyone who replied had a lower case 's', that's the one that MX uses.
This second FTP section at the end of the ini file is where RealtimeTxtFTP must be manually set to 1 instead of 0. But any change that requires MX to rewrite the ini file will reset RealtimeTxtFTP=0.
This in the list of known issues.
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