Stykz lets you easily share Figures (.styk files) with others by several methods, but they all boil down to moving Figure files into and out of the Figures folder in the Library folder on your hard drive.
Importing .styk Files Others Have Given To You
To import one or more .styk files you have received (whether these have been given to you by someone else or they were included with the Stykz distribution), you can perform any of the following actions:
(1) You can click and drag one or more .styk files into the list displayed in the Library Palette. The file(s) will be copied to your Figures folder on your hard drive.
(2) You can click the Add to Library button (the button with the "+" symbol) in the toolbar at the bottom of the Library Palette. This will bring up a file selection dialog, and you can then select one or more .styk files and click Open in the file dialog. The file(s) will be copied to your Figures folder on your hard drive.
(3) You can click the Open Library Folder button (the button with the folder icon) in the toolbar and you will switch to the Finder (Mac)/Explorer (Win) and the Library folder on your hard drive will open. Inside that folder is a folder called Figures. You can drag and drop the .styk files into the Figures folder (the files will be moved and not copied unless you Option-drag (Mac) or Ctrl-drag (Win)), and then switch back to Stykz. In order for Stykz to know you've added something, click on the Refresh button (the button to the right of the folder) in the toolbar.
(4) You can also choose File > Open... from the main menubar and in the file selection dialog, instead of selecting a .stykz (animation) file, select a .styk (figure) file and click Open. You will be presented with this dialog box:
Click Import, and a copy of the .styk file will be imported to the Library, just as if you had used the Add to Library button in the toolbar (#2 above).