The Dictionary is only not dynamic if you aren't ever going to add anything to the IDE as far as libraries, extensions, and widgets, which I've actually done a lot of and plan to continue doing (I do have something in the way of a road map in my head, albeit a flexible one).richmond62 wrote: ↑Sat Sep 16, 2023 3:44 pm I'm 'Dynamic' insofar as I get up in the morning [admittedly, as my wife will tell you, with late-middle-aged groans and curses], go downstair, make the coffee, give my wife a whistle when it is ready . . . BUT
Surely, the OXT/LC/Whatever dictionary is ONLY dynamic if it is receiving constant modifications from a 'mother-ship' or somesuch.
LC 961 [note subtle change from '963'] is even less dynamic than I am . . . so a 'FIXED' dictionary should not be seen as any sort of problem.
And the extension manager stack does now have a 'Repo' tab which replaces the in-IDE, previously non-functional LCC 'Extension Store' where you can download some community-made things (widgets/libraries, but could add stacks and other content), served up compliments of GitHub. This card does use a browser widget though (same as the LCC version did), so might need to make a non-web page stack version. But I have used it successfully on several 64bit Linux distros.