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Almanac item 'Tomorrow'

Discussion and questions about Cumulus weather station software version 1. This section is the main place to get help with Cumulus 1 software developed by Steve Loft that ceased development in November 2014.
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oldeflyer
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Almanac item 'Tomorrow'

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I am curious as to where the 'Tomorrow' item that shows up in the Cumulus 1.9.4 comes from.
It does not appear to be an available tag, at least from searching this site. I would think it would be computed from current almanac data for day length and some stored data for yesterdays day length. It appears to be done in the main program, as it only appears on the 1.9.4 console and not on the index.htm page.

Is there a list of tags, maybe on the wiki, that I am somehow missing when I do my searches? Or maybe searching for the wrong tag name?

Thanks,
Wayne

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Re: Almanac item 'Tomorrow'

Post by freddie »

oldeflyer wrote:
Fri 08 Nov 2019 2:26 pm
Is there a list of tags, maybe on the wiki, that I am somehow missing when I do my searches? Or maybe searching for the wrong tag name?
https://cumuluswiki.wxforum.net/a/Webtags
Tomorrow (day length) defined in this section
Freddie
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oldeflyer
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Re: Almanac item 'Tomorrow'

Post by oldeflyer »

That's it. Wonder why my searches didn't hit on that? I used 'tomorrow'.

NP, I got it now.

Thanks
Wayne

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