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Status Bar Weather

by lowliet ST3

Sublime Text 3 package for displaying weather info in status bar

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Status Bar Weather

Sublime Text 3 package for displaying weather info in status bar

Preview


How to install

  • Clone or download git repo into your packages folder

Using Package Control:

  • Run “Package Control: Install Package” command, and find StatusBarWeather package

Settings

// Turn on / off debug logs shown on console window
"debug": false,

// ! old
// City code from Yahoo Weather
// Go to http://weather.yahoo.com/, find your city and click on 'Extended Forecast'
// You may need to disable AdBlock / Ghostery, otherwise page won't display correctly
// Check the address bar for city code, it should look like this
// http://www.weather.com/weather/extended/ --> CODE <-- ?par=yahoo&(...)
// After changing this value you need to restart sublime
// "code": "UKXX0085",
//
// ! new
// 1. https://www.yahoo.com/news/weather
// 2. click on "Change location"
// 3. enter the name of the locality and click on a search result
// 4. copy the id at the end of the new links page
"code": "2120318", // Blagoveshchensk

// Temperature unit, either Fahrenheits or Celsius
// After changing this value you need to restart sublime
"unit": "C",

// Formatting string to display weather
// Available values are:
// [Country], [City], [Text], [Temp], [Unit], [Sunrise], [Sunset], [Pressure], [Humidity]
// Each value will be replaced with appropriate weather data, example:
// In [City] the weather is [Text] ([Temp][Unit])
"format": "[City], [Text], [Temp][Unit]"