[aprssig] WinAPRS WX Warnings
hgerhardt at wavecable.com
Mon Aug 9 13:16:27 EDT 2004
Yes, Ui-view works properly with NWS Weather Warnings.
However, if you want to run WinAPRS instead of Ui-View, then I recommend
opening two windows and tile them. The PM Version 5 window on the left will
NOT display the Weather Warnings, and a DOS map on the right one third of
the screen which will display the Weather Warnings. Since PM will not
display at full screen for Version 2.7.5, this is a good alternative to just
leaving the screen partially blank. And yes, the Weather Warnings will
display properly if you use the Tiger Maps these are Mark Sproul's maps of
choice. I am not sure if PM Version 6 maps will work with WinAPRS since I
do not have that CD.
Incidentally, the weather warnings on WinAPRS Version 2.5.1 and earlier do
not work anymore since the Weather Service changed their format, so you will
have to go to a later version of WinAPRS if you want that feature.
NW APRS Group, West Sound Coordinator
Our WEB Site: http://www.nwaprs.org
My NEW Email Address: hgerhardt at wavecable.com
> -----Original Message-----
> I run UI-View and Precision Mapping 6.0. NWS Warming area's work fine for
> me. I have done nothing special to make it happen. Don't know what your
> problem might be. I also get NWS objects. They usually aren't within the
> warning areas. If you place the curser on the object it will be
> > As I recall, precision mapping's maps are BMP images rendered by the PM
> > engine. This is different that winaprs maps which are drawn by
> > winaprs. This difference causes the colored polygons of a WX warning to
> > not show because it is drawn first, then the BMP image from PM is
> > overlayed covering it. The solution is to run winaprs with the Tiger
> > map files so that it can render pretty maps as well as the wx warnings.
> > Wes
> > Dave Sloan wrote:
> > >HI,
> > > Running WINAPRS 2.7.5 and if I have the wx warnings showing until I
> > >Precision Mapping. Then the only thing that show is an icon at
> the center
> > >the warning. Is this normal or do I have something set up wrong?
> > >
> > >Tnx & 73,
> > >Dave N0EOP
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