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pressure units selection bug

When initially setting up 1Weather upon installation, I change the units of measure for pressure from the default "inches of mercury" to "millibars" by tapping the "Units of Pressure" heading in the settings list for "Languages and Units" and selecting "millibars." But when the pop-up for selecting one of the three pressure unit options disappears, it still says "inches of mercury" under the heading "Languages and Units" in the settings list.

The workaround I found was to first change from the default "inches of mercury" to "millimeters of mercury," and *then* change it to "millibars."

(The system in question is Android 2.3.5 on a Motorola Droid X2.)

Ray Collier

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Hi Ray.  This is a known issue and is slated to be fixed in 2.6, which should be coming any day now.

 

 

Eric H. 0 votes
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Hi--thank you; i've got 2.6.1 installed now, and found that the problem persists this morning after I uninstalled and reinstalled the app for a different issue. When I first viewed the settings, they said the current pressure units were inches of mercury, but when I clicked that setting with the intention of changing it, the popup already had "millibars" selected. I clicked "millibars" in the popup anyway, and when the popup disappeared, the settings showed the current pressure units once again as inches of mercury. Strange.

Ray Collier 0 votes
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Hi--thank you; i've got 2.6.1 installed now, and found that the problem persists this morning after I uninstalled and reinstalled the app for a different issue. When I first viewed the settings, they said the current pressure units were inches of mercury, but when I clicked that setting with the intention of changing it, the popup already had "millibars" selected. I clicked "millibars" in the popup anyway, and when the popup disappeared, the settings showed the current pressure units once again as inches of mercury. Strange.

Ray Collier 0 votes