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  • wclang: Mouse over to change how tightly the Archimedean spiral is wound,.
  • wclang: (Another application of the mouse code I saw from FireFly, #1629.)

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  • wclang: Move the mouse around to change the patterns
  • wclang: This borrows from Firefly #1629 again for capturing mouse movement, and combines my previous two dweets.

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  • wclang: Mouse over the screen; a red square follows the mouse.
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  • wclang: Note, you'll get an error message until you mouse over the screen.
  • wclang: There's a magic number, 3.3, that keeps the square under the mouse. This doesn't work in full-screen mode (the square is offset from the mouse).
  • wclang: I should mention I learned that mouse events are accessible from FireFly #1629. (I had to figure out what was going on in that dweet, so I could get X and Y off of the mouse.)

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