# Forecast next days

I’m trying to make a expression that I can get the next forecast days. For example: Today is Friday, then I want to show Saturday, Sunday, Monday… if today was monday, shows tuesday, wednesday… all dinamically

I use this expression
\$#DOWB#==2?Mon:\$#DOWB#==3?Tue:\$#DOWB#==4?Wed:\$#DOWB#==5?Thu:\$#DOWB#==6?Fri:\$#DOWB#==7?Sat:\$#DOWB#==1?Sun:\$

So I got two troubles:

• First, the results “Tue”, “Thu” and “Sat”, simply doesn’t show.
• Second and more serious, in some watches or in the app phone, this expression shows like a text

Someone have a suggestion that how can I solve it??
So many thanks since now

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The expression begins and ends with a \$, so you should have 7 seperate expressions:
\$#DOWB#==2?Mon:\$\$#DOWB#==3?Tue:\$\$#DOWB#==4?Wed:\$\$#DOWB#==5?Thu:\$\$#DOWB#==6?Fri:\$\$#DOWB#==7?Sat:\$\$#DOWB#==1?Sun:\$

However, I think the empty value for false does not work on all watches.
Probably safest (but more work) would be having 7 layers with opacity 0 or 100 based on the day you need.

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Something like this?

Each of the columns have the following formulas in the text field:

1st column (today)
\$#DOW#=3?WED:\$\$#DOW#=4?THU:\$\$#DOW#=5?FRI:\$\$#DOW#=6?SAT:\$\$#DOW#=0?SUN:\$\$#DOW#=1?MON:\$\$#DOW#=2?TUE:\$

2nd column (tomorrow)
\$#DOW#=2?WED:\$\$#DOW#=3?THU:\$\$#DOW#=4?FRI:\$\$#DOW#=5?SAT:\$\$#DOW#=6?SUN:\$\$#DOW#=0?MON:\$\$#DOW#=1?TUE:\$

3rd (etc)
\$#DOW#=1?WED:\$\$#DOW#=2?THU:\$\$#DOW#=3?FRI:\$\$#DOW#=4?SAT:\$\$#DOW#=5?SUN:\$\$#DOW#=6?MON:\$\$#DOW#=0?TUE:\$

4th (etc)
\$#DOW#=0?WED:\$\$#DOW#=1?THU:\$\$#DOW#=2?FRI:\$\$#DOW#=3?SAT:\$\$#DOW#=4?SUN:\$\$#DOW#=5?MON:\$\$#DOW#=6?TUE:\$

5th (etc)
\$#DOW#=6?WED:\$\$#DOW#=0?THU:\$\$#DOW#=1?FRI:\$\$#DOW#=2?SAT:\$\$#DOW#=3?SUN:\$\$#DOW#=4?MON:\$\$#DOW#=5?TUE:\$

Keep in mind to separate them with double \$\$… the single is for starting and finishing the formula.

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Also note that it will be an English only face (no localisation)…

Fine! I’ll look to it… probably the empty value is because I isn’t put the double \$

Great! I’ll testing this formula, I did so close that you make here… but I’ll test
Many thanks!

Yes… Unfortunately I didn’t see another way to do this… I guess that isn’t to have another way yet

No other way at present…

Waiting for the suggestions in the threads below (2019-03) to be implemented…

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