Nice source for radar / satellite images for weather | Page 3

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    Many thanks,

    By my side i move my ass and found some interresting sites...

    http://meteocentre.com/lightning/map_sfuk.php?lang=fr&map=AEurope

    http://www.meteosuisse.ch/fr/Previsions/Radsat/meteosat_anim.shtml

    http://www.agris.be/fr/meteo/satellite.html

    http://www.chmi.cz/meteo/sat/SDUS/index.php?lang=en

    http://www.meteociel.com/

    http://www.alertes-meteo.com/cartes/temps-present-en-direct.htm

    Unfortunatly, on the last one, some pics are in .png and MP seems not to reconize them because they are not visible.
    Does any body knows why ?
     
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    One thing I notice when loading an animated weather gif, MP doesn't show that it is loading (the "spinning" wheel effect) so if it takes awhile (which it will) to load - a user may think there is something wrong.
     
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    Thanks this is a nice source for europe.
     
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    Should be in the strings.xml file, so no need to tamper the code.
     
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    The best way is to use a satelite picture that does not change name. The animations you sugested look nice but I think when a new picture is taken, it is given a new name witch contain the date and time. It could be posible to make somkind of image graber that grabs the picture from any internet site and save it on the hdd and you use that picture in MP.

    Unforunetly I'm no programer so I can not do this but maby someone out there could? ;)

    btw, here is som pictures I use:

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    find out more here -> http://www.zdf.de/ZDFde/inhalt/26/0,1872,2041946,00.html

    R / tk
     
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