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Improper cloud direction

Posted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 10:19 am
by mark2011
Hi Pasha:
I use YoWindow on two computers and have a different cloud direction in comparizon to the wind arrow direction (such case may occurs in the nature) and indications on another computer, thereby proper ones. How to correct this?
Marek

Re: Improper cloud direction

Posted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 12:09 pm
by FvE
Hi Marek,

I would like to know if this is what you mean:

http://he1.yowindow.com/forum/viewtopic ... ion#p12898

Thanks.
Fred

Re: Improper cloud direction

Posted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 12:25 pm
by Mallorca
Hi Marek,

you can change easily the direction of wind/clouds view.
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Werner

Re: Improper cloud direction

Posted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 4:20 pm
by mark2011
Hello Friends:
Once again exactly:
I computer: Win XP 32-bit
Clouds move from W to E, Wind arrow from L to R, outside of my home the same
II computer: Win 7 64-bit
Clouds move from E to W, Wind arrow from L to R, outside of my home clouds and wind from W to E
It means that YoWindow in the first computer indicates properly.
I know a View direction feature in Advanced mode that is set the same in both computers (Default as active only) and I cannot change anything here.
Do you have any idea?
Marek

Re: Improper cloud direction

Posted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 9:53 pm
by FvE
Hi Marek,

Let's continue with your Windows 7 PC, since that's the one giving you problems.
What is the viewing direction you have chosen?
What happens to the clouds when you choose 180 degrees opposite?
What happens to the clouds when you put it 180 degrees back?

Please answer every question seperate.
I'm just curious and trying to think of something.

Thanks in advance.
Fred

Re: Improper cloud direction

Posted: Sat Jun 16, 2012 12:20 am
by Mallorca
Hi Marek,

I'm using WIN 7, 64 bit too and can not understand your problem.
I know a View direction feature in Advanced mode that is set the same in both computers (Default as active only) and I cannot change anything here.
It is possible to change the view in 4 directions.
Werner

Re: Improper cloud direction

Posted: Sat Jun 16, 2012 3:43 am
by countryroads
Hi Marek,

I am using the same release on both my WinXP 32-bit and my Win7 64-bit. The clouds are moving perfectly on both of my PCs.
Clouds move from W to E, Wind arrow from L to R, outside of my home the same.

I would like to have you answer Fred's questions along with this question. What release are you using on both computers?
Thank you in advance.

Marty

Re: Improper cloud direction

Posted: Sun Jun 17, 2012 8:09 am
by mark2011
Hi friends:
Thank you for your interesting in my problem. Fortunately, it does not exist. Sorry, but that is my fault resulting from my vision disability. I simply have not noticed the small and too pale arrow in the view direction option of advanced feature and more which is moveable of 90 degrees by clicking. Before all, your questions lead me to solve this problem because forced me to exactly look this feature over again and that is why many thanks for it.
All the best
Marek

Re: Improper cloud direction

Posted: Sun Jun 17, 2012 12:56 pm
by FvE
Great that it's solved Marek. :good:

Thanks for letting us know.
Fred