What I suggest and I do, is to take a video of your screen using a screen recorder app. This is useful to keep 5days forecast when you are offline. There are several free screen recorder apps on Google play or Apple store and free softwares for desktop/laptop.
Your question is not clear. The density of the Pressure field from a given weather model depends on the model resolution same as other parameters. Then the gridded field is smoothed. This cannot be changed.
On Windy isobars are plotted every 2 hPa, but would you like to have them less smoothed?
Or do you consider that the color scale of the Pressure layer is unprecise and vague. You can modify this color scale for yourself to have for instance different color steps for 10 hPa changes.
Personally I prefer a color gradient like that:
BTW is there a reason why Windy does not show the radars in New Caledonia? There are managed by Météo France, same as radars in Guadeloupe, Martinique, La Réunion. So you should get the data of New Caledonia radars in the same way.
We need to be careful not to add non-standard fixes or noclomenture just to cater to users who might not understand.
This is not a question of professionals vs non-professionals.
Even hobbyists, in any subject, normally understand that they need to learn and adjust to the common standards used in that particular field.
Renaming and reorganising everything in lay terms would invite chaos.
Hello George, we use Openstreetmap.org for our base maps and all changes or new places has to be directed to OSM community, since we have no control over their maps.
Please if you wish to add a new village, you can do it by yourself right on www.openstreetmap.org.