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The "Weather" section of the "Today" scope on my Ubuntu phone shows temperatures in Fahrenheit units. I am using the metric system and would like to see Celsius degrees. I suppose this is related to the current locale, but I don't want to change the language (English / US).

The "Weather" application has settings for changing the units, but the "Today" scope doesn't. Where can I make a request for this?

I searched Launchpad, and found these:

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    I had the same issue until some minutes ago. I cannot tell you, where to make a request for this to be changed, but I can give you a work-around, that will help you: I have changed the display language to English - Canada, where the use the metric system. Now the scope gives me degrees Celsius. – Bruni Mar 29 '15 at 10:35
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    The today scope is now open for bugs.. bugs.launchpad.net/today-scope – popey Apr 1 '15 at 20:02
  • I've opened a bug report for this now: bugs.launchpad.net/today-scope/+bug/1476236 – decibyte Jul 20 '15 at 13:18
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I'm using the "Feedback" app:

https://appstore.bhdouglass.com/app/com.ubuntu.developer.nskaggs.feedback

You can find, and install it, from App Store.

BR.

  • It seems this is no longer available. – TenLeftFingers Jul 20 '15 at 14:43

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