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A Full Yahoo! Weather App, Yes Another One

, 16 Apr 2011 CPOL
Uses Farhad Siasar's YahooWeathertlb library with a few added functions
WeatherDesktop
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WeatherDesktop.suo
bin
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Cursors
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cpcur.cur
cpcurorange.cur
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NextUI.dll
pWeatherLib.dll
states
WeatherDesktop.exe
WeatherDesktop.vshost.exe
Release
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NextUI.dll
pWeatherLib.dll
WeatherDesktop.exe
WeatherDesktop.pdb
DesktopWeather2011.ico
My Project
Application.myapp
Resources
Exit.ico
Film_Frame.png
Film_Frame2.png
ma_nws-we_1.gif
Next.ico
Previous.ico
SplashScreen1c.jpg
SplashScreen1d.jpg
WeatherDesktop.vbproj.user
WeatherOne
Cursors
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cpcur.cur
cpcurorange.cur
Daffy Duck.cur
WeatherOne
bin
Debug
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WeatherOne.pdb
WeatherOne.vshost.exe
WeatherOne.vshost.exe.manifest
YahooWeatherLib.dll
Release
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NextUI.dll
WeatherOne.exe
WeatherOne.pdb
YahooWeatherLib.dll
My Project
Application.myapp
obj
Debug
ResolveAssemblyReference.cache
TempPE
My Project.Resources.Designer.vb.dll
WeatherOne.exe
WeatherOne.frmWeather.resources
WeatherOne.pdb
WeatherOne.Resources.resources
WeatherOne.SplashScreen1.resources
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Release
TempPE
My Project.Resources.Designer.vb.dll
WeatherOne.exe
WeatherOne.frmWeather.resources
WeatherOne.pdb
WeatherOne.Resources.resources
WeatherOne.SplashScreen1.resources
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Resources
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SplashScreen1b.jpg
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weather-Dawn.jpg
WeatherOneBackground.jpg
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WeatherOne.vbproj.user
weather_15.ico
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WeatherOne.vbproj.user
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YahooWeatherPics
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27n.png
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29n.png
2d.png
2n.png
30d.png
30n.png
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31n.png
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38n.png
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39n.png
3d.png
3n.png
40d.png
40n.png
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45n.png
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46n.png
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48d.png
48n.png
4d.png
4n.png
5d.png
6d.png
6n.png
7d.png
7n.png
8d.png
8n.png
9d.png
9n.png
CapImage.png
YahooWeather
YahooWeatherLib
bin
Debug
YahooWeatherLib.dll
My Project
Application.myapp
YahooWeatherLib.vbproj.user
YahooWeatherWin
bin
Debug
NextUI.dll
YahooWeatherLib.dll
YahooWeatherWin.application
YahooWeatherWin.exe.manifest
YahooWeatherWin.vshost.exe
My Project
Application.myapp
Resources
sunset.jpg
Sun.ico
YahooWeatherWin.vbproj.user
YahooWeatherWin_TemporaryKey.pfx
_UpgradeReport_Files
UpgradeReport_Minus.gif
UpgradeReport_Plus.gif
YahooWeather.suo
YahooWeatherLib.dll
Application.myapp
YahooWeatherLib.vbproj.user
YahooWeatherWeb
App_Code
App_Data
Bin
YahooWeatherLib.dll
YahooWeatherLib.pdb
YahooWeatherLib.dll
YahooWeatherWin.exe
YahooWeatherWin.vshost.exe
Application.myapp
1.gif
10.gif
11.gif
12.gif
13.gif
14.gif
15.gif
16.gif
17.gif
18.gif
19.gif
2.gif
20.gif
21.gif
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3.gif
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4.gif
40.gif
41.gif
42.gif
43.gif
44.gif
45.gif
46.gif
47.gif
5.gif
6.gif
7.gif
8.gif
9.gif
sunset.jpg
Sun.ico
YahooWeatherWin.vbproj.user
UpgradeReport_Minus.gif
UpgradeReport_Plus.gif
FunkyLibrary.dll
FunkyLibrary.pdb
NextUI.dll
NextUI.pdb
WeatherOne.exe
WeatherOne.pdb
WeatherOne.vshost.exe
WeatherOne.vshost.exe.manifest
YahooWeatherLib.dll
YahooWeatherLib.pdb
Application.myapp
themo1.png
Sun.ico
WeatherOne.vbproj.user
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