You add and manipulate blocks by typing text commands.
I'll show you 10 examples. Tap next to go to the first.
The first letter indicates the action.
a means add.
a title;search and tap 'send' to try it out
Command structure is
action selection(s) > parameter(s)
u s>cf to update block search to be component input
After a manipulation, a blue highlight indicates a pre-selection.
We don't need this now. Press enter to deselect.
A width can be set relative to other blocks in the row.
u title>w4 to update title relative width to 4.
; separates multiple selections.
u t;s>h1 to update title, search to height 1 row.
ab adds below last row.
ab content to add below wireframe content.
Besides selecting by name, you can select by position
u .2>h4 to update row 2 to height 4.
; stacks horizontally,
/ stacks vertically.
al home/about adds to left of pre-selection
home and about.
Repeating blocks comes in handy with lists and grids.
u c>rh3rv4 sets repeat horizontally to 3 times,
vertically to 4.
d s to delete the search block.
If you would have a pre-selection, a single
d would suffice.
Commands manipulate the source, you can also edit this directly.
Scroll down to the source, make edits and press save changes.