Unfortunately not, just the zip file on Google Drive. Lemur Dynamo was really intended for my own personal use and I threw it up on Google Drive in case anyone wanted to use jme-ttf without writing their own ui system to work with it, but for that purpose there was never a need to write up any information about it as the Lemur documentation and tutorials apply just the same so if you can use Lemur then you can use Lemur Dynamo.
All you really need to do is look at the
GUIGlobals class, either in source or in the docs included in the dynamo zip, to see the additional font loading methods. If using Groovy then also look at the Groovy API in the sources, I think in
com.simsilica.lemur.styles maybe, and take a look at the additional methods available for loading fonts via Groovy styles.
Additionally I did add some functionality with new controls, like the thumbstick, and improved controls, like the text field, a couple new layouts,
HBoxLayout and new background options with
GradientBackgroundComponent. I’m sure it would be quite helpful for me to write something up on how to use these and maybe I will at some point, but putting that stuff together is considerably more complicated for me right now.
P.S. I’m typing this on my phone and don’t have my computer in front of me right now, but somewhere in the styles directory of the dynamo source there should be some example styles that you can study. The Advent and Razor styles show how to style a thumbstick, drop down menu, combo box, how to use the
GradientBackgroundComponent and how to load true type fonts. There is one additional Advent style written in Java, rather than Groovy, which shows how one would create the Advent style directly in Java code without using Groovy.