In addition to authoring micro-behaviours (see the Programming Guide), anyone can author pages that contain links to micro-behaviours, buttons for loading models, and check boxes for performing actions on a model. These features can also be added to micro-behaviour pages.
The Behaviour Composer will process any link except for those that open in a new tab or window. When referencing non-BehaviourComposer pages (e.g. Wikipedia or NetLogo documentation) then use HTML to ensure that they will open in a new window or tab.
The Behaviour Composer will process any link to a model link (obtained from the Share tab in the Composer area) into a button whose label is the text of the link. Clicking on it will pop up a menu asking whether one wants to add to or replace the current model with the contents of the link.
If a page contains the following tokens (displayed in red) then a check box is displayed within the Behaviour Composer page.
Begin Replay Session Events Check Box: ID: add-forward-enhanced-to-repeat Label: Prototype1 keeps going forward Session ID: RkOuQerUCovzZuMzdXRr5c Do message: Prototype1 will now move forward repeatedly. Undo message: Removed behaviour that caused Prototype1 to move forward repeatedly. Title: When checked Prototype1 will receive a new behaviour making it go forward repeatedly. End Replay Session Events Check Box
Note that the entire entry should be inside of a 'PRE' HTML element.
The changes associated with the ID provided in the Session ID: field will be applied to the current model. The ID can be obtained by copying the ID after the 'share=' parameter in the URL of your Behaviour Composer session. All the events associated with that session will be replayed on the current model. If you want to provide a page with check boxes for a set of alternative changes to a model you can create the session Ids by loading the basic model, making changes, copying the ID and repeating. ID should be any unique value for that page. Label will be displayed next to the check box. Do message will appear in the History area when checked. Undo message will appear in the History area when un-checked. Title will be displayed if the user hovers over the check box.
Optionally use the following to select the micro-behaviour material from surrounding material (e.g. on a wiki or a blog).
An alternative with several advantage to making screenshot images and including them in your resources is to copy and paste the HTML from the Behaviour Composer.