Hi anoob & Jorge_Luis
Thanks for your help and replies. Unfortunately my programming knowledge and lack of understanding resulted in a failure on my part.
Anoob. I found the syntax (very similar but not identical) in my New_Statica weather.lua and I (literally only removed "--" where you indicated. I was however unsure if I was supposed to onlt do that or needed to enter the url where it said link etc. etc.
Unfortunately the weather widget failed to open after this. I went back into the lua and re-entered the "--" but even restoring them did not allow the weather widget to open. This confused me BUT as the weather.lua is one continuous line with tabs within it (I think) I assume I changed it somehow without realizing.
Jorge_Luis, Sorry I was not specific. My understanding of button syntax was ONLY within .XML files and limited to trail & error & cut & paste.
I did not understand the extent of coding needed to implement your suggestion within the lua (but I tried and failed) AND as I have said above ANYTHING changed /added to weather.lua stops the weather widget opening
What I tried to achieve was to create a new button in weather.xml (based on the code from the dual calendar (as the star symbol seemed OK)with minor changes :
<button id="Todo List.button.add" element="bitmap.button.todo" origin="TOP-RIGHT" x="-11" y="23" action="local.msn.com/worldweather.aspx?&eid=16619" tooltip="More Weather details />
but the weather widget would not open. So I currently have:
<button id="Todo List.button.add" element="bitmap.button.todo" origin="TOP-RIGHT" x="-11" y="23" action= "" tooltip=" More Weather details " />
which allows it to open but the button of course does nothing
If it is possible to call a url from the button syntax within weather.xml then that is what I wish for and feel the easiest for me to understand and apply.
The url I wish the button to execute is NOT the same as the Weather widgets url which is
May I ask what language the LUA and XML files are coded in. I ask because if I standard syntax is used I can try to web search and increase my minimal understanding a little (unless Rainlendar uses its own unique syntax.
Thank you both for your kind assistance