Import + Export

It's very easy to get your content out of fltspc (exporting) or to import content from another fltspc user.

Exporting

For each of these scenarios, you can export either an entire surface, and all it's widgets, or just the selected widgets.

Access the view options from the main panel (via the blue fltspc icon), and clicking 'Options'.

In the sheet that opens, click one options under 'Alt'.

For print

Choose the 'Simple' alternative rendering

For e-ink devices such as the Amazon Kindle, use 'Kiosk' view

When you print this view, it will become even simpler:

For word processing

To extract the raw text from fltspc, use the 'Text' view. You can copy and paste text into an email or word processor.

'Kiosk' and 'Simple' renderings are useful if you want to copy and paste images and widget colourings into your word processor

Raw data

Raw data is useful if you want to manipulate JSON data with code, if you want to privately archive your fltspc data, or if you want to send it someone else to import.

Use the 'Raw' rendering

Importing

You can import raw JSON data into fltspc.

See "Copying from other sources" if you want to import from your desktop, the web, clipboard or use live content

Select 'Import' from the main fltsc panel, and paste in the raw data. The data can be an entire surface (and its widgets), or just a list of widgets. Click

Click the tick button, and you'll get prompted for how to import the data: