Error Script Runner after hydralit update

Hello Community,
so I’m just updating hydralit in my environment, before I’m updating my application running well.
After update there are errors in script runner
The code can be found here: GitHub - Gengsu07/DASHTEAM: dashboard penerimaan
KeyError: ‘Dashboard’

Traceback:
File “c:\programdata\anaconda3\lib\site-packages\streamlit\scriptrunner\script_runner.py”, line 443, in _run_script
exec(code, module.dict)
File “E:\DASHTEAM\host.py”, line 60, in
app.run(complex_nav)
File “c:\programdata\anaconda3\lib\site-packages\hydralit\hydra_app.py”, line 668, in run
self._build_nav_menu()
File “c:\programdata\anaconda3\lib\site-packages\hydralit\hydra_app.py”, line 495, in _build_nav_menu
menu_item = {‘label’:self._navbar_pointers[self._complex_nav[nav_section_name][0]][0],‘id’:self._complex_nav[nav_section_name][0], ‘icon’: self._navbar_pointers[self._complex_nav[nav_section_name][0]][1]}

Thankyou

Looping in @Probability, creator of the fantastic Hydralit package. :smile:

Please be specific, which libraries have you updated in which environment?
I don’t see any requirements.txt in your github repo.
What version did streamlit and hydralit have before/after the “update”?

Also have a look into possible issues with hydralit on their github repo.

Probably downgrade streamlit?

Thank you frank for the info,
I really forget the old hydralit and environment version

I just clone hydralit example repo and running seamlessly
maybe there are some errors with my code, I’m trying to recover :face_with_head_bandage:

I did a commit to address this yesterday and create a pull request. But it looks like the author just hours ago decided to delete all repos related to hydralit.
I’m trying to getting those repos back up with the most up to date forks for example and components package I can find. Need to fix a bit of broken README now.

I’m the author of all the Hydralit packages. I’m not interested in dealing with Streamlit any further. If someone wants to clone all the repos and rebake everything as the new owner, you’re welcome to it. Streamlit have made it clear they are developing all the same functionality as most of the Hydralit packages and haven’t made it easy to maintain these packages, especially since version 1.60 onwards.