BRING BACK THE DECIMAL POINTS

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BRING BACK THE DECIMAL POINTS, the temperatures need to have the decimal place! The graph right now looks like bricks instead of smooth lines like they used to be. I can't believe that by getting rid of the decimal points were considered an improvement! It is not. Bring it back PLEASE!
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stuart s

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Posted 2 months ago

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Welly

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I totally agree - makes trends hard to spot.
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Van Mildert

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It does not make any sense to have temperature as integer values and the graph of temperature on the PWS display has no useful meaning! Surely it can't be too difficult to amend as the data is uploaded as a non-integer.
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Victoria Gardner, Official Rep

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We're working on it!

--Victoria
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ota

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And can you tell me please when will it be ? Decimal points are really important for me.
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Edward Flanders

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Yes are you able to elaborate on when as I'm considering switching my station to a different service as it's very frustrating. And if you are doing it shortly I will grin and bear it.
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Erwin Fiten

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Same here, without the decimails, it's useless...

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Andrew Ford

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Still not fixed. Come on guys, how hard can it be, really. We are sending you the data, for free. The least you can do is sort out this god awful new interface.
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Welly

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IBM - It's Being Mended
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Mike Bloodworth

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Yeh..I'd say IBM is being mended not Wunderground lol.  If my software guys took this long to resolve a handfull of main issues station owners/data providers have, they would be sacked.
I do hope things pick up soon otherwise wunderground willl fall apart as ppl leave and leave IBM with a lemon and little data.  We already do it for free.