thank you, yes I cheked And I should also have hPa

Dne petek, 13. april 2018 14.34.13 UTC+2 je oseba gjr80 napisala:
> Ok, I understand. You can use what ever you want. You can use inHg or mbar 
> or hPa or mmHq. The key point for minmax entries is that the numbers have 
> to make sense with the units you use. I am comfortable with hPa here in 
> Australia so I might use use something like:
> barometer = 900, 1000, hPa 
> even though my database may use inHg for pressure. The numbers you have 
> seem to be in the range for inHg, definitely not mbar or hPa.
> One thing to remember; the units are optional for a minmax entry, but if 
> you omit them then the numbers are assumed to be in the units used in your 
> database. That can get a bit tricky for some, that is why I prefer to 
> specify minmax entries in units that I am familiar with.
> Gary

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