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Each block has one or more in-pins on the left side, and one or more out-pins on the right side. You can add custom pins yourself, if you see a label with + pin.
multiple block. This is because an in-pin only takes one line (out-pins can be connected to more than one other block). Using a multiple block gives you the possibility to add more than one style, filter or ui component.
Hold your left mouse button and drag a line from a pin, and a context driven search menu will open.
Some blocks have an icon as a quick access to the menu. For example the outlet in UI blocks and the play simulation in function blocks.
create Mollie payments links to their API reference to show what values to use for the in-pins.
Double click on a pin to connect distant blocks. Move to your destination and click on the pin there to connect. A pin can only be connected to blocks in the same flow.
define reference and name the reference. At the place where you need the data you can drag out a
A reference can be used anywhere within a blueprint, even in separate flows.
- drag to move the blocks to a new position
v to vertically align blocks
h to horizontally align blocks
del to remove all selected blocks
g to form a group of blocks
If you move a group you move everything in it. If you delete the group, it only deletes the group layer, not the blocks underneath.
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