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Freeplane is built from modules called "plugins" like the scripting, formula or latex plugin, … Add-ons are a more light-weight extension mechanism than plugins. There are several add-ons that don’t need any programming know-how, but depending on the purpose of your add-on you might have to write scripts. Scripts can be organized in a special lib where they nanoxia deep silence 120mm review are compiled automatically when freeplane is run, see wiki.

Add-ons are installed in the freeplane user directory (see tools > open user directory). They may contain any number of scripts and zip archives nanoxia deep silence 120mm review which are unpacked on installation.


Combinations of scripts and zips are especially interesting since they nanoxia deep silence 120mm review enable you to package scripts with required libraries/jars/class files. For instance it’s possible to bundle some groovy scripts for creating diagrams nanoxia deep silence 120mm review with the jfreechart library – so there’s no need to download and install the jfreechart libraries nanoxia deep silence 120mm review anymore. Another applications are custom java libraries that provide additional functionality nanoxia deep silence 120mm review for use in formulas. See adding jars and class files on how to handle nanoxia deep silence 120mm review these cases.

Update to the most recent freeplane version and install the nanoxia deep silence 120mm review developer tools from the add-ons page (follow the installation instructions there). The add-on provides scripts that relieves you from most of the nanoxia deep silence 120mm review tedious work. If you experience any problems with it in the future nanoxia deep silence 120mm review first check if you actually have the most recent add-on version installed.

• look through the messages in the info box that is nanoxia deep silence 120mm review shown if everything looks alright. The name attribute of the root node will be mycooladdon. This is the identifying technical name of the add-on that is usually used as a file name, for menu locations and translation keys and so on. The node text my cool add-on is the english name/translation of the add-on.

The freeplane menus (main menu, context menu, menu for applets and file browser) are configured via XML files. It helps a lot if you get an understanding how nanoxia deep silence 120mm review the structure in this file relates to the actual menu. The most relevant menus for scripts are configured through mindmapmodemenu.Xml. To inspect it select download file and load the file nanoxia deep silence 120mm review in your web browser. To get an overview over its structure fold/unfold the nodes. You see that the "file" submenu is a sub node of the "menu_bar" menu_category which defines the main menu. (there’re also definitions for context menus: "map_popup", "node_popup" and the "main_toolbar"). A menu location is a path that starts with a nanoxia deep silence 120mm review root menu_category, e.G.

Note that if the translations contain non-ASCII characters you should upgrade to minimally developer tools v0.9.24 and freeplane v1.7.4. With older versions your will see java escape codes instead nanoxia deep silence 120mm review of non-ASCII characters in your menus and other translations. Despite the fact that freeplane can only work with java-encoded non-ASCII characters in translation strings, there is no need java-encode them before installation: this is automatically done during installation. On the other hand it is not a problem if nanoxia deep silence 120mm review non-ASCII characters in your translations already have been java-encoded.

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