Nice widget, though it doesn't seem to work for my particular south-shore suburb. The temps are quite different (read: optimistic) from the EC site and the Konfabulator widget. I bet we don't get up to 19 on Sunday
But to keep this more on the original topic--how hard is it to develop widgets? I would love to have a 411/yellow pages widget and an EC weather widget. Widgets are simply gathering information from the Internet, are they not?
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Last edited by macsackbut; Nov 4th, 2005 at 08:46 AM.
Not sure what the advantage of a widget is for weather. I use Meteorologist and it sits in my menu bar to be seen at any time without the annoyance of hitting dashboard. It is extremely configurable and allows for the lookup of several areas at once.
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