Help & troubleshooting for channels on your Roku device, including adding/removing channels, logging in to, authenticating, or activating a channel, channel-specific playback issues, assistance contacting channel publishers to report issues, and adjusting channel-specific settings.
I updated the private version last night. Make sure you have the latest; it should be v2.4 build 3. You can get the version (assuming you have v7.x firmware) by pressing the * button when you've highlighted LED Time & Weather (p) under Screensavers. There may be some kinks to work out. I had to switch to weather.gov and it appears that some locations do things differently. If the private version isn't working, please let me know the ZIP code so I can see what's happening. If you don't have the private version, you can add it here. If it appears everything is working ok over the weekend I'll submit the public version which will probably take a few days for Roku to approve and push out.
"renojim" wrote: ...If it appears everything is working ok over the weekend I'll submit the public version which will probably take a few days for Roku to approve and push out.
That is real optimism!! Roku has become VERY unnecessarily slow and plodding in approving channels for a while. An update to Plex took weeks and I know of several others that were not even close to the "few days" time frame. That is unless Roku has reached out to the universe and changed the basic definition of "few" or altered time to make a "day" be a lot longer that it truly is.
Two Roku Ultras, three Roku 3s and a Roku 1 "Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside." Mark Twain Van Roy's Law: An unbreakable toy is useful for breaking other toys.
renojim, can you make the secondary sample time's readout in 12-hr format? (Or perhaps make the latter also follow the user's choice for the main clock time in Display Options > Format.)
– – Roku 3 (4200) purchased for $22.93 on clearance at Office Depot > Bleiden HDMI-to-Composite converter > old 4:3 CRT TV (now in another room, as I have acquired a modern LCD flat screen TV, March 2017)