Gnome weather applet not updating
Live weather updates on your desktop in the form of an applet is a great way to have instant temperature updates in your region.
Open Weather GNOME shell extension for your Fedora workstation helps you in giving that beautiful and functional eye-candy.
Described as a weather applet, Nimbus doesn’t do all that much.
The app window floats on top of your desktop at all times, displaying the current temperature and weather. It’s the digital equivalent of looking out the window. Such a basic design is not out of place on elementary OSConsidering Elementary OS, or just want to install the Pantheon desktop on your current version of Linux?
If you drag it out onto your desktop, it will still only show the current temperature and a weather icon. Download: Weather Widget (Free)Weather is an applet that sits in your panel next to system indicators. The right column also shows the current temperature, humidity, pressure, wind speed, and wind chill.
An icon and text provide you with the current weather and temperature. Weather is very configurable, allowing you to change measurement units and various aspects of the applet’s appearance.
I can't test it as I don't have an el6 system left with a GUI. I can't test it as I don't have an el6 system left with a GUI. If you like GNOME’s design, this is the app with the best integration.Download: GNOME Weather (Free)Don’t want to have to open a dedicated app?You can download the widget directly from the Cinnamon desktop.
Download: Weather (Free)Nimbus is a weather app for elementary OS from the founder of elementary OS himself.
The icon in your system tray will also show whether the skies are clear or if there’s precipitation.