6 widgets styled after the Original Sense 7 Weatherclocks as packaged with the HTC One M9, with accented slash versions and standard italics versions in white, black, and transluscent.
• You will need the Zooper Widget Pro app installed for these to work properly. Once both apps are installed, make a new zooper widget and tap on it to locate the Sense 7 widgets.
• If you want to launch apps from tapping on weather or clock, included tapping zones are at the bottom of each widget layout while editing individual widgets.
• I am active on here, so if you want a new color to match your theme, just ask! I may place it in the next update.
My weather icons don't show or disappear!
First, if you have any phone cleaning or memory boosting apps, try adding Zooper Pro to your list of exceptions. They may be clearing the icons from Zooper's Cache.
If you're still having issues with your weather icons, please send me an e-mail and I will send you a copy of the weather icons.
My widget is stretched or out of place!
You may need to change your scaling. You will find it on the first page of your widget configuration. Sometimes Zooper autosets it to something lower than 100, so if that's the case try setting it to 100 first. If you are using a custom DPI you may need to set it to higher than 100. Play with the scaling until it seems to fit for you!
My weather is showing the incorrect temp or ?? in place of the proper temp or location!
This is a common issue with Zooper not selecting your location properly. Go into configure widgets inside of the zooper app, select your widget, set and choose a manual location, and then force update.
My lockscreen weather widget shows a different forecast than the sense widget on my homescreen!
Unfortunately Zooper only has three weather forecast options, which you can find in your global zooper settings. Try picking a weather forecast source that matches closely with the one you use on your lockscreen.
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