all fig versions (plus example programs)

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"why does pygame print text each time fig starts?"

if pygame is installed, fig will try to import it. newer versions of pygame print text when it loads. this is fine if youre not running a program that could use the console, but suppressing it in a way that doesnt cause other problems in fig is difficult. as an alternative, it is recommended you run [url]quietpygame.fig[url] (youll need administrative privileges to modify your pygame installation.)

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