@TomSlavkovsky Thank you. With your help I was able to find the way to change PW. Mission Accomplished.
I think you need to address this question to the developer of fastseas. I would suggest you direct your question directly to @jaffadog. I know you added his name to the receiver of forum question. But it also included my name.
I wish you well with this. I would love to help you, but I'm sorry, this is out of my depth.
I have tried logging in with Google, your website option list, several times, and get the Response Status 500 window each time. Google search not helpful on this error.
......and why the need to sign in with Google. I don't have accounts with Twitter or Facebook. Why not just sign in as most others require.
Thanks jaffadog. It looks like it may have potential for my situation. It is not for my boat. My daughter and family will be leaving Hawaii for Glacier Bay, Alaska in about 3 weeks +/-. Depends on the weather window. I'm back on the mainland. Via ham radio I will be in regular contact with her, and also give her the weather forecast by daily email, using winlink. This has worked well in the past. It occurred to me that I might also be able to track her progress by logging her daily nav stats on a chart. I know, some winlink sites do this too. But the above would be my own personal record.
I won't get to it tonight, but plan to study your website tomorrow sometime. Will get back to you when I'm done.
I need to track a sailboat in addition to providing weather forecasting in about 2 weeks. Can this be done using windyty if I simply enter the coordinates about once a day? How is this done, if it can be done with this software/website?
I have since my last post determined what the color scheme is. The lighter the color the slower the wind speed. Duh. The deeper the purple, the faster the wind. So maybe the answer lies in just using windyty. But an instructional page would be very helpful.
I am very much a newbie. Joined today. Many questions about how to interpret graphics, colors on the map. I think I have a handle on how to make most of Windyty's systems work for me.
When I have the website on wind strength, I see patches of yellow, blue, light red fading into a deep purple in the center. What is the significance of these colors? I can interpret most other things like wind speed and direction. But I would like to understand the color system.
What are the max waypoints that can be used in distances? I noticed when I was 'trying it out' that after 6 or 7 waypoints for distances, it stopped listing the waypoints and distances.
This website really looks like what I've been looking for. Really hope you can answer my questions.