I’m having an issue with nested buttons in if statements. Editing the session store in the first if, before the second, works fine, but as soon as I put it under the second if it doesn’t work at all. Is there a way to edit the session store in that second block. This is the code that doesn’t work:
def show(): st.title('My App') user_input = st.text_area('Prompt (required)', value=st.session_state.prompt, key=1) update_input(user_input) def update_prompt(input, input2): st.session_state.prompt = input+input2 if st.button('Generate Text'): generated_text = get_text(st.session_state.input) st.text_area('Output', value=st.session_state.input + generated_text) if st.button('Use in next run'): update_prompt(st.session_state.input, generated_text) show()
update_prompt() function up one level works fine, but I only want it to execute if that second button is pressed.
The goal is to create a button that can use the previous output as the input for the next run. Thanks!