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Offline kelsey@richmondrc.com

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BACKGROUND:
1. I am new to Weather Display.
2. Have managed to implement weather station OK and metars OK and publish to a web site hosted on our server. Template is Carterlake.
3. Have also managed to download satellite imagery and animate such for display on local workstation.
4. Have noted the following description from WD Features... "You can get weather display to produce a animated gif of the file you have downloaded via the http download, and get that file uploaded to your web site, i.e animated rain radar, satellite picture, of the last 6 images" 

PROBLEM:
A. I have not been able to crack the challenge of uploading the animatedhttpfile.gif to the web site as suggested in the feature description above.
B. I have checked the "Upload the selected animated.gif to my web site"  found in the upper left corner of the Image Viewer (View > Downloaded Images)
C. The animatedhttpfile.gif does appear to be uploading to our web server, however the contents to do not display on the web page.
C. Suspect that I am missing something re Carterlake template as the choices as to what to include on the web site does not incorporate any mention of animatedhttpfile.gif in either the Setup1  or Setup2 pages.

Much appreciate any help with this. Cheers... K.

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Hi
what is the URL to your web site?

Offline kelsey@richmondrc.com

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Offline michaelreid2019

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Hi! What are the instructions to set everything up? Don't see any helpful comment.
By the way, can't load your site for some reason.



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