With the Weather widget, you can display the weather of a location in your content.
|In the Weather Menu, you can select the cities that you want to display in your widget, by typing their name or zip code into the text box.
To ensure the Weather widget gathers the correct weather data of a city, you can add the shorten country code (ISO 3166-1 alpha-2) after an underline “_” character. For example, 8200_hu, which is Veszprém, Hungary.
|If you want to display the weather of multiple cities you can set the Delay between them. You can set the Direction of the animation between displayed cities here.
You can set the displayed weather icon type with the Icon Set function. You can choose the Language of the widget to display data in different languages.
In the Unit selector, you can choose to display the temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit. You can turn off Show unit behind the temperature data here. You can also turn off the Show city function.
|If you enable the Forecast function you can select which following day the widget should display in Day offset selector. You can select from ‘Today’ to ‘+9 days’.
If you enable Partial function you can choose one thing you want to display in the widget. You can choose to only display the Temperature, City, Icon etc. You can set the alignment on this specific information in Part position setting.
|In the Size & Position menu you can select the width, height, and placement of your widget quickly. See more specified information about: Size&Position.|
|In the Font Menu you can set the Font size, Font family, Style, and the Font color. You can also set Letter spacing, Custom line height, Text shadow and Letter case to your widget here. See more specified information about: Using font.|
|In the Effects Menu you can select a background image or color for your widget. You can also set the Opacity of the widget here.|
|In the Animation Menu you can choose the Enter, Repeat ,and Exit animations of your widget. See more specified information about: Animation.|
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