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  • alexbk66
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    Originally posted by sparkman View Post

    Did you see this thread: https://forums.homeseer.com/forum/we...topped-working? The issue is related to Darksky needing TLS1.2 now and there's a fix in the thread.
    Thank you, it fixed the problem

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  • sparkman
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    Originally posted by alexbk66 View Post
    I have same problem - not updating from 5-6 March. Is it possibly related to Microsoft acquisition of DarkSky?

    As I don't see any other options for AU
    Did you see this thread: https://forums.homeseer.com/forum/we...topped-working? The issue is related to Darksky needing TLS1.2 now and there's a fix in the thread.

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  • alexbk66
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    I have same problem - not updating from 5-6 March. Is it possibly related to Microsoft acquisition of DarkSky?

    As I don't see any other options for AU

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  • John2eye
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ID:	1373401Screen Shot 2020-03-28 at 4.14.59 PM.png Hi
    Im having a problem with some of my forecast not updating, specifically visibility and Barometer Direction would it be possible to see if I have any settings wrong

    Thank you
    John

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  • CFGuy
    started a topic weatherXML Support

    weatherXML Support

    To receive support for an error you are getting, please do the following.

    1. Go to the weatherXML Settings Page. For the logging level select weatherXML Log File.
    2. Next, click on the Menu button Debug Log.
    3. Click the button Clear Log.
    4. Go to the Schedules page.
    5. There is sections for Conditions, Forecast, Daily, Alerts, and Maps. Manually run the schedule that is giving the error by clicking Run Now for that type.
    6. Give it a few seconds to complete, and click on the Debug Log Menu button.
    7. Click on the button labeled Save To File.
    8. A file will be created called logOutput.txt.
    9. It will be created in the directory HomeSeer HS3/data/weatherXML/
    10. Email the log file to me at: weatherxml@myautomatedhome.net

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