• adessler

    Thanks for the comments — very helpful. @chriswilson 's comment was going to be my next question: how often does the draw/ui or update/scene routines get called? His comment suggests that you don't know and need to calculated it by keeping track of the time since the last call ... is that right?

    An unrelated question: if I use the scene approach, is there a way to load a .pyui interface and use it with the scene architecture?

    Thanks again for all your help!

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  • adessler

    I'm working on a countdown clock with two timers. Each timer has a button, and when the button is pushed, the associated timer starts (and the other timer stops). This is a pretty simple program, but I'm wondering what the best way to do this is pythonista would be. Should I use a ui interface or a scene interface? The ui seems more natural, but it doesn't seem to have an "update" method, so I don't know how to count time when either timer is running ... any suggestions are appreciated! Thanks!

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