@zrzka this is brilliant. Thank you tremendously for the very thorough reply. I will experiment with this on the weekend. This looks to be exactly what I’m looking for. Hopefully the widget view doesn’t get taken away again. Though it’s problematic and the memory constraints really limit it... I can do relatively functional things within those boundaries.
Long time listener, first time caller. I apologize if this has been asked. I dug around the forum for thirty minutes. How can I make the widget view persistent? As it is now, whenever the widgets are brought up only Pythonista refreshes itself. My little weather widget only updates the interface on certain time intervals. Can I stop the widget window from needing to refresh? You can see what I’m taliking about in my link. Thanks for the help!
For further clarification in that GIF: On the first swipe over to the widgets the script updates itself and saves the data. The second scroll over to the widgets it’s just pulling from that stored data.