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Last Bucket Tip

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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wd40
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Last Bucket Tip

Post by wd40 »

Thanks for putting the time of last rain tip as a mouse-over on today's rain total on main screen.

We are in a terrible drought here so this handy way to find out when the last tip occurred is really helpful.

And thanks too for the dual scales on the Select-Graph.

Randy

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Re: Last Bucket Tip

Post by malkie »

wd40 wrote:
And thanks too for the dual scales on the Select-Graph.

Randy
On the dual scales, is it possible to force the right hand scale to use the same grid lines as the left hand scale? Presently you get two sets of horizontal lines.
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Re: Last Bucket Tip

Post by steve »

malkie wrote:On the dual scales, is it possible to force the right hand scale to use the same grid lines as the left hand scale? Presently you get two sets of horizontal lines.
Not easily, the scales are calculated automatically. To get them to coincide, I would have to take over the calculating of the scales myself, and try to work out what scale to use for each side. I guess what you would end up with would be a fixed grid with slightly strange values on the axes to make the intervals match.
Steve

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Re: Last Bucket Tip

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I know I posted this suggestion in another thread, but it seems relevant here too.

Maybe have the ability to turn off the axis grid lines (perhaps each individually, but then that may be misleading so perhaps all or none)?

Phil

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Re: Last Bucket Tip

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Yes, an option to turn each grid on and off isn't difficult.
Steve

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