Can’t modify icon glyphs?

Hi all! I’ve built quite a lot of Scriptable widgets for personal use. Scrolling through the list can get confusing, so I want to keep them organized by color in the app.

I was under the impression that I should include the following lines at the beginning of each file to specify icon color or glyph:

// Variables used by Scriptable.
// These must be at the very top of the file. Do not edit.
// icon-color: light-gray; icon-glyph: calendar;

Unfortunately, this doesn’t work. Whether I include these lines or not, every time I make a new script, it’s automatically assigned a random color, and the same magic wand icon glyph every time. The ONLY scripts that have the custom icon glyph of a calendar are the WeatherCal scripts that I’ve downloaded directly from the gallery within the Scriptable app. Some of those files do have the icon specs listed at the beginning, but if I edit them they remain the same color that was originally written there.

Would anyone be able to identify what I might be doing wrong here? My Scriptable app and my phone are both up to date. Thank you in advance.

Those lines are automatically added by Scriptable itself but it doesn’t show those lines. Use another text editor if you want to manually modify those lines.

You can also change the icon and color in the settings of each script. To access them, open a script in the built in editor and tap the button at the bottom left.

Yes this. Looks like I misunderstood the question. I assumed OP didn’t want to scroll too much on the glyph selector.

WOW. I can’t believe I never thought to look there. Thank you so much!