miWeather 8 Forecast, your requests answered.

First and foremost I want to thank everyone for their support on miWeather8 Forecast. I truly do love it, and glad you do too! Over the past few days I have gotten great feedback to make this lock screen better. Here is some changes.

- Can I remove the blur on the Cataracs clock?
I have added the ability to remove the blur, adjust the outside stroke,  drop shadow and size.

DropShadow consists of 4 values. 0 20px 30px rgba(0,0,0,0.8);
0 - horizontal shadow
20px - vertical shadow
30px - blur distance
rgba(0,0,0,0.8); - color can be replaced with red, white or a rgba value to achieve transparency.

-More about boxshadows Link

Scale is a decimal value or 1.
0.5 is half the size
1 is full size

-More about scale Link

Stroke consists of 3 values. 5px solid rgba(255,255,255,0.2)
5px - how thick the stroke is
solid - a solid stroke could also be dotted
rgba(255,255,255,0.2) - color of the stroke, could also be red, white, yellow etc.

-More about stroke Link

- Can you add tabs so I know where to press? 
You can press anywhere on the sides to access forecast and system screen, but I did add arrows you can place on each side. 

Each time you press them they will flip to the direction the item will move when arrow is pressed again. Can be toggled off in GL settings.

- Can I use the stock font instead of the current one?
For this I added the ability to choose the stock font, it will also use the font set in bytafont. Also added font color:)

Color can be any color name, white, red, yellow etc. You can also use rgba to achieve transparency.

More about rgba Link

- The time sits too high. 
Added the option to change where the clock/date sits by editing the top pixel value.

- This would be great if you could include a calendar
Calendar has been added to the scrolling tabs. The current day is highlighted and will show all days in the month.

miWeather 8 Forecast version 1.1 has been sent to the Macciti repo. Will be live soon. Enjoy!


If you have any questions my Twitter is @JunesiPhone 

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