Each bubble has a name and may have an icon that identifies it. Every page is opened in a bubble. The default bubble when Doogie is first installed is named “(default)” and has no icon. The icon for a page’s bubble appears on the page tree just to the left of the X close button. For example, if there is a bubble for “Home” that is a green bed icon and another for “Work” that is a blue briefcase, here’s how the pages might look opened in both:
By default, a page is opened in the bubble of its parent page. If there is no parent page, a bubble is opened in the top-most bubble in the profile’s bubble list (see Management).
To change a bubble for an individual page, right click the bubble icon (or where the icon would be if it existed) which is just to the left of the X close button for the tree.
The currently selected bubble will be checked and not selectable. Select any other bubble to change it. To change the
page to a new bubble, click
New Bubble... and the settings dialog will appear. Upon successful save of
the new bubble, the page will be changed to it.
Changing the bubble for multiple pages is also supported via page actions. For example, to change a bubble for several pages, select them and right-click.
This menu can be used the same way as the individual page bubble menu. The same applies to clicked-on page, current page, and all pages via the page tree menu.
Bubbles tab in the profile settings dialog is where bubbles are managed.
The top-most bubble is the bubble that top-level pages will be opened in by default. To move a bubble around in the list, select it and click the button for moving it down or up.
Bubbles can be added, edited, or deleted here. Note, bubbles that currently have visible pages in them cannot be edited
or deleted until all of the pages within them are closed. A new bubble can be created with
New Bubble or via the page
tree menu item. An eligible bubble can be edited by double clicking on it or clicking the
Edit Selected button.
The bubble’s setting dialog appears when adding or editing a bubble.
The settings dialog includes a way to set the name and icon of the bubble. The name must be unique. The icon is optional and, if present, a color override can be applied. All other settings are basically overrides for profile settings.