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  • Project Sponsor Module Developer

    @zkab Yes I noticed that too. I would like them to be different colors but they appear not to like the custom.css overrides.

    Not too sure what package they are using because I’ve looked into the weathericon.css and nothing equates to what is in the currentweather.js file…

    “01d”: “wi-day-sunny”,
    “02d”: “wi-day-cloudy”,
    “03d”: “wi-cloudy”,
    “04d”: “wi-cloudy-windy”,
    “09d”: “wi-showers”,
    “10d”: “wi-rain”,
    “11d”: “wi-thunderstorm”,
    “13d”: “wi-snow”,
    “50d”: “wi-fog”,
    “01n”: “wi-night-clear”,
    “02n”: “wi-night-cloudy”,
    “03n”: “wi-night-cloudy”,
    “04n”: “wi-night-cloudy”,
    “09n”: “wi-night-showers”,
    “10n”: “wi-night-rain”,
    “11n”: “wi-night-thunderstorm”,
    “13n”: “wi-night-snow”,
    “50n”: “wi-night-alt-cloudy-windy”
    is the currentweather.js but none of these are the same in the weathericons.css…

    I’ve been trying to add the one for humidity but it’s not working so I went to check these and that’s what I found.



  • Looking at currentweather.js the degree symbol is not declared, and the symbol is only being appended to the temperature “°”.

    var temperature = document.createElement(“span”);
    temperature.className = “bright”;
    temperature.innerHTML = " " + this.temperature + “°”;
    large.appendChild(temperature);

    So I guess there are two options. Change it to use the icon from the icon package, or change the color of the symbol.

    Sorry don’t have a direct answer, but might find some time to play and see if I can make it work. Someone heer should know exactly what to change.

    Thanks,


  • Project Sponsor Module Developer

    @zkab just use this:

    .wi-sunrise {
    color: #ff0;
    }
    .wi-sunset {
    color: #eb0;
    }
    .wi-night-showers {
    color: #07f;
    }
    .wi-degrees {
    color: #415;
    }
    .wi-rain {
    color: #00f;
    }
    .wi-showers {
    color: #07f;
    }
    .wi-night-showers {
    color: #07f;
    }
    .wi-night-alt-cloudy-windy {
    color: #aaa;
    }
    .wi-night-cloudy {
    color: #aaa;
    }
    .wi-cloudy {
    color: #aaa;
    }
    .wi-day-cloudy {
    color: #aaa;
    }
    .wi-cloudy {
    color: #aaa;
    }
    .wi-cloudy-windy {
    color: #aaa;
    }
    .wi-showers {
    color: #00f;
    }
    .wi-thunderstorm {
    color: #ff0;
    }
    .wi-snow {
    color: #fff;
    }
    .wi-fog {
    color: #999;
    }
    .wi-night-clear {
    color: #F4F8A9;
    }
    .wi-night-rain {
    color: #00f;
    }
    .wi-night-thunderstorm {
    color: #ff0;
    }
    .wi-night-snow {
    color: #fff;
    }

    Get rid of the currentweather from in front of the css… then you can change colors 😉


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