Card menus are the primary interface for editing and configuring cards. They are designed to be minimally intrusive when casually reading but convenient and powerful when engaging more actively.
The default Decko menu icon (and the icon used on decko.org) is a little gear that looks like this:
view (menu link) not supported for menus+example
This same gear appears in the upper right corner of this page, where it represents an active menu. To open up the dropdown, just mouse over the icon (or tap on it if you're on a mobile device).
The following items can appear on the menu, though few cards will have all of them:
At present, only cards in "open" and "labeled" views display the menu by default. For example, here is the card named "Apple". Note the menu at the upper right, on rollover:
However, any view with a card header can also display the menu using the "show" directive (see Nest Syntax).
You can count how many seeds are in an apple, but you can't count how many apples are in a seed.
Though it's not frequently used on its own, "menu" itself is a view and can be used anywhere on a card. Note that the following generates a functional menu for this card ( menus+howto):