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A widget is a small "application" with specific functionality that can be easily included into an Elementi project - for instance to display a clock, a scrolling RSS feed, some tweets, Instagram images, the content of a spreadsheet, some interactive buttons, to send a command to the screen etc.

A widget offers different parameters / properties that the user can change from the interface, thus allowing for further customization of the widget functionality without having to modify the code behind.

To use a widget, simply drag & drop it inside your project from the "Widgets" / "Library" tab within the Browse panel or from Windows Explorer. A widget is typically made of a single SVG file.

Elementi built-in widgets

Widget library

Elementi software comes with a lot of free resources to be used inside your projects; these resources are accessible under the "Widgets" / "Library" tab within the Browse panel. The content inside varies depending on the Elementi version in use - for more details see the following dedicated pages:

New widgets in Elementi 2017

New widgets in Elementi 2016

New widgets in Elementi 2015

How to modify the built-in widgets

The original widgets included into the built-in library cannot be modified by the user - they can however be used as a base for new widgets. To create a modified version of a widget, follow these steps:

  1. Open the "Widgets" / "Library" tab and select the widget to modify.
  2. Copy it to the clipboard (CTRL+C, or using the toolbar icons) and paste it into the current project.
  3. Edit the widget according to your needs.
  4. Save the changes.

More widgets

The following widgets are available as a separate download from the Wiki:

Create new widgets

New widgets can be created either from regular SVG files or by customizing existing widgets. For more details, see:

This page was last modified on 15 November 2017, at 15:29.