This should be a sticky, or a bug 'cos it ain't a feature
I have installed the one that Frogs Hair provided the link to. It has been running without a problem so far. It's possible that the one that I was running previously that had stability issues was a different weather indicator.
I did find one thing that is rather odd. The source for the current weather doesn't seem to be very accurate. At least not for Edmonton, AB. There is a 3 degree C difference in what the weather indicator is showing (just refreshed) than what is showing on the Environment Canada website. I have changed the prefs to grab from yahoo to Google and it is still not showing the correct temp.
Last edited by VE6EFR; June 15th, 2012 at 05:18 PM.
Haven't used Weather Indicator in ages. ForecastFox does the job just fine.
I spoke too soon. Got the error message when I returned to my computer that there was a problem and then it shut itself down.
Works perfect on 10.04 hopefully, eventually they will fix it on 12.04.
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I just spars the text from a weather website and use it with conky to display a 5 day forcast.
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I actually miss the weather indicator from 10.04, I used it quite a bit. Never crashed for me. Yet I don't want to go back to 10.04 because I hated the panel system back then. So buggy.