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<html>

<head>
<title>SnapPea 3.0 GUI</title>
</head>

<body bgcolor="#80FFC0" text="#000000">

<table width="100%">
	<tr align=center>
		<td width="20%">
				<img src="SnapPea.gif" width=64 height=64 border=0><br>
		</td>
		<td width="60%">
				<b>SnapPea 3.0</b><br>
				<font size=+4><b>Graphical User Interface</b></font>
		</td>
		<td width="20%">
				<img src="SnapPea.gif" width=64 height=64 border=0><br>
		</td>
</table>

<p>To use SnapPea 3.0's Graphical User Interface, start your
python interpreter, passing it the file <i>SnapPeaGUI.py</i>.
On Unix systems this is trivially easy:  just go to the
SnapPeaPython directory (which you should have already downloaded,
as explained on the installation page)
and type <i>python SnapPeaGUI.py</i>.
</p>

<p>You get a main window offering you the choice of reading
a manifold from a file (SnapPea 2.x files work fine) or
loading a manifold from the Cusped Census.  (A later release
will include the Closed Census manifolds as well.)</p>

<p>Each manifold you open gets its own window.
The <b>View</b> menu lets you select which features
to view.  Many features are already implemented;
those which are not will be available in later releases.</p>

<p>To investigate large classes of manifolds, use SnapPea 3.0's
<a href="SnapPeaScripting.html">scripting interface</a>.</p>

</body>

</html>