Fizzygum lets you control the properties of pretty much anything via menus.
We’ll look at the menu for a map, but most of this applies to any other widget, group of widgets, connected widgets and whole apps.
To open the menu, either right-click on the widget, or long-tap on it:
The very first trick with menus is that you can move them and pin them down by moving/clicking on the bar at the top:
Just drag them to the basement to get rid of them:
“color” and “transparency” let you change color and transparency:
“resize/move” gives handles to resize and move the widget:
“Duplicate” is quite powerful, it creates a copy of the widget (or group of widgets):
Note that the copy of connected widgets remains connected, and the copy is independent from the original. Also, “running” widgets can be duplicated just fine:
“create shortcut” creates a new shortcut on the desktop, which can be put in a folder for example:
“pick up” is another way to drag widgets:
“locking” prevents the widgets from being dragged:
“delete” puts the widget in the basement, where it might be recycled:
the “dev” submenu gives access to the internals and source code of the widget (for more details see the dedicated doc):
Menus are really powerful tools, they come handy all the times and they’ll come up again and again in the other docs.