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What is a JZML / JZLIB file?

Last Updated: Dec 12, 2013 02:20PM CET
A JZML file is a Lemur layout. The Lemur Editor lets you open or create complete control Projects for Lemur. All Project files the Lemur Editor produces can be stored on your computer’s hard drive as .JZML files. Projects can also be stored in your iOS device’s internal memory after being transferred there by the Editor or via iTunes app file management. You can access the Lemur Project browser at the top of the Lemur Settings menu on your iPad or iPhone.

A Module is a set of reusable interface elements saved as JZLIB files. A module can feature objects, containers and interfaces. Additionally, you can import pre-built parts of a project as Modules. Modules are available from Liine’s website. You can also create your own library of reusable items. Indeed, any part of a Lemur Project can be exported as a Module for future use in other Projects. Thanks to this feature you never have to develop the same thing twice. Just save your building blocks as Modules to produce a growing library of re-useable, object-oriented tools.

Many JZML and JZLIB files can be found on the User Library
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