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You'll be writing graphical effects for an existing ColorWall project. Download this ColorWall code and example effects so you're ready to start working with them tomorrow:
 
You'll be writing graphical effects for an existing ColorWall project. Download this ColorWall code and example effects so you're ready to start working with them tomorrow:
  
# Right click the following file, click "Save Target as..." or "Save link as...", and sav)e it to your Desktop directory:
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# Right click the following file, click "Save Target as..." or "Save link as...", and save it to your Desktop directory:
#* http://jvns.ca/MontrealPythonWorkshop3/ColorWall.zip
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#* http://web.mit.edu/jesstess/www/BostonPythonWorkshop7/ColorWall.zip
#The ".zip" extension on the above file indicates that it is a compressed Zip archive. You may need to "extract" its contents. To do this, find ColorWall.zip on your Desktop and double-click on it. That will create a folder called ColorWall containing several files. (Note: your browser might do this for you automatically.)
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#The ".zip" extension on the above file indicates that it is a compressed Zip archive. We need to "extract" its contents. To do this, find ColorWall.zip on your Desktop and double-click on it. That will create a folder called ColorWall containing several files.
  
 
===Test the ColorWall code===
 
===Test the ColorWall code===
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python setup.py install --user
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sudo python setup.py install
 
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python setup.py install --user
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sudo python setup.py install
 
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