View Poll Results: What should the NPVR Weather plugin be named?

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  • Weather3

    3 17.65%
  • nWeather

    4 23.53%
  • Other (Name your suggestion below)

    10 58.82%
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Thread: NPVR Weather Plugin Name is "Weather"

  1. #11
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    Weather...The first and only one for npvr to date.
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    I vote for weather - we don't have dramatic storms here in the UK often - but we do have weather - lots of it

    As an aside I have often wondered how localised is accuweathers forcasting - I put in my local town and they give a map of Europe!

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    I also say simply, Weather.


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    Similar for me I put in my closest local city & I get a map of Australia & New Zealand......................but the actual forecast details etc, are fairly accurate for the vast majority of time after using W2 from as long as it has been available.

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeh49 View Post
    I vote for "Weather".
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    I like Weather too

  7. #17
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    Here in Scotland, our weather is often described using colourful adjectives too, but they're not really ones you'd repeat in polite company

    "Weather" on its own gets my vote.

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    Wow, I didn't expect my simple idea to get this kind of response. I feel special.

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    I just can't believe I was so blinded about just calling it "Weather". My mind just kept thinking that Weather and Weather2 have already been developed, never thinking that they were for a different application.

    I'm glad I put it to vote

  10. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by scb147 View Post
    I just can't believe I was so blinded about just calling it "Weather". My mind just kept thinking that Weather and Weather2 have already been developed, never thinking that they were for a different application.

    I'm glad I put it to vote
    Ok, Weather is fine with mee to then

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