application-editor

Application Editor


Revisions


When saving an application, users have the ability to save the current state as a unique revision.
It is possible to then edit or clone specific revisions of an application.

The top will show the current revision of the application currently being edited.
Clicking on the revision ( ) icon opens a menu with a list of past revisions.
Click on the edit ( ) icon on the left side of the menu to edit an older revision.


Pages


In order to more easily manage applications, Fuse allows users to break up a call-flow into its component parts and place each component on its own page. This reduces the amount of redundancy in the application workspace and helps to minimize visual confusion.
Using a Goto Page ( ) module allows users to access pages within a call-flow.


Using Page Tabs

To add a new page to an application, click on the purple ( ) icon to the right of the Page tab(s).

Each page has its own list of options. Hover over a page tab and a gear ( ) icon appears in the upper right corner. Clicking on this icon opens an options menu that allows users to rename, clone, or delete a page.

To rename a page, select 'rename' from the options menu. Fuse opens a pop-up window where users enter the new page name. Click the button to complete the process.

To clone a page, select 'clone' from the options menu and Fuse creates a new page “Page X (clone)”.

To delete a page, select 'delete' from the options menu and Fuse removes the page from the application.
Note: Fuse does not prompt users to confirm the deletion of a page in the application editor.


To change the display order of the page tabs, click on the Sort Page ( ) icon. This opens a pop-up window where users can re-organize the page order for their application. Simply click on one of the pages listed in the window and drag it to the desire location. The other pages will automatically shift up or down accordingly.


Modules

Fuse's visual drag-and-drop interface is possible because of modules. These are components that carry out a specific function in a call-flow.
Fuse has three different types of modules: call-flow ( ), input ( ), and data ( ).

Using Modules

To expand the modules menu click on the button. The expanded menu has a search function and also a pin/unpin feature that allows users to anchor the menu to the toolbar or pin it to the workspace grid.


Click on a module category to expand the menu for that specific classification of modules.
Hovering over a module in the module list displays a brief description of what the module does.


To add a module to the workspace grid, click on the module icon or the ( ) button for that icon.
Users can also click on a module icon and drag it onto the workspace grid.

To move a module around the workspace grid hover over the module until a white cross icon appears, then click and drag the module to the desired location.


For more information on modules, please see the Modules page.


Application Settings

Users can access all of the global application settings for the current application by clicking on the gear ( ) icon. This takes users to the application settings manager.
See the Application Settings page for more information on this menu.


Audio Manager

Users can access all of the audio settings for the current application by clicking on the speaker ( ) icon. This takes users to the audio manager.
See the Audio Manager page for more information on this menu.


Save & Save As

Fuse offers users two different save features:

To quickly save an application under the current revision, simply click the button.

For more save options, click the arrow next to the button to open the save menu.
This menu allows users to define the type of revision they are saving as either a major or a minor revision.
The menu also allows users to give the application version a custom name.

application-editor.txt · Last modified: 2018/12/13 16:24 by admin