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Updated: Big Screen Weather – Australian Weather for Vista Media Center

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I’ve just released a new version of Big Screen Weather v9.0.3  –  Australian Weather Addin for Vista Media Center – which utilizes accurate and up to date data from the Australian Beaureu of Meteorology.
This product is no longer available.. please visit to download the Retail Release of this product


There’s a couple of small changes/fixes for v0.9.0.3 –

 – Unlimited Trial Period
 – Fixed Western Australian Configuration (previous version had a typo prevent WA users from selecting any locations).
 – Suppressed Display of out of date data on the Start Page.
 – Included External Links for mobilewares Online Showcase and Version Checker (more on this next few days).

[Notes: For those of you that have already installed the previous version – v8.x]

  • The hardcoded Trial Expiry Period for v8.x is set to end tommorow (November 30, 2006) – so you must upgrade to continue using this product. This version extends this expiry date indefinitely.
  • You can safely uninstall/install the new version without losing any of your previous settings/data.
Donations now accepted … 8)
As Big Screen Weather is for the time being – *FREEWARE* – if you’re a regular user – please consider making a donation.

Donations are purely optional (and can be any amount) – and help pay for the ongoing costs of development, support and hosting of this Addin. (and of course will encourage further versions/enhancements to be made).

Please visit the Big Screen Weather Homepage – and click on the "MAKE A DONATION" button on this page.
Please also note that a new version of Big Screen Headlines will also be made available in the next 24 hours (as the current trial version it is also expiring tommorow).
Some more screenshots below -/- (see the Big Screen Weather Homepage and click on ‘Screenshots’ to see more)..



Written by mobilewares

November 29, 2006 at 7:21 am

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  1. Looks really good!
    Not sure if you’ve read Franks blog but BOM ranked 21 outright for most popular site visited by Australia, the highest governement site. I hope this is a great success.


    November 29, 2006 at 10:33 pm

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