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Tetris Final Project: I'm at Step 6, Part 3. I got the shape to drop to the bottom when I hit 'space'. Was hoping it could gradually sink, but it just vanishes and reappears at the bottom. Maybe it will make more sense when I get to the 'animate' part of the project. The write-up doesn't say what should be happening. Has anyone else implemented this differently?

MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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Not quite there yet. Will be looking at that tomorrow night.
Since you seem already to have finished this: In project 2 (The one just before the Tetris, where you make the board) I don't get what they want you to do at the first #YOUR CODE HERE Some small explanation would be appreciated
@Screech : I managed to get this right using a while loop, win.after and win.update in the key_pressed section for spacebar. HTH @Fertig : Think of the board as a series of blocks laid out in columns and rows. You need to draw each block onto the canvas to complete the board. You probably should be thinking about a for loop in a for loop to go through the rows and columns. HTH

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