Comments on Profile Post by michael quinn

  1. DjHerold
    DjHerold
    michael, welcome and I hope we can make your Muse experience a good one.
    First, what you want to be aware of are two different types of files, the first is a .MULIB file.
    Aug 8, 2017
  2. DjHerold
    DjHerold
    This is the native file of a widget. The easiest way to get this into your library is to double click on it. If Muse is open it will auto load it into your Library file (and usually selects that library item so you can see it.
    Aug 8, 2017
  3. DjHerold
    DjHerold
    If Muse isn't open, double clicking on the .mulib file will also trigger Muse to open.
    The other type of file is a .MUSE file. This is what you get when you are using Muse and creating a Web site.
    Aug 8, 2017
  4. DjHerold
    DjHerold
    We also use this to provide Demo files for some of our widgets, so you can see how we set them up like in our widget pages demos. If you find any of our widgets that might be in a zip file, just find the Mulib and follow the above.
    One last thing, I mention the widgets go in your Library area. You also have a Muse Stock widget area. The two are in separate locations.
    Hope this helps
    Dj
    Aug 8, 2017