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We recommend also seeing our FAQ Page.

Note: If these directions confuse you, feel free to use the web version on the main webpage.
1) Requires Python 3.5.3 or greater.
2) If you have Windows, you can just double-click on the file to run in the File Explorer.
3) To run on Linux or MacOS, run in terminal in the folder of your python file: python3
4) To automate, on Windows, with parameters (for v6.0+), example: 8 "HH:MM:SS" "[Intentions or file with intents]"
5) To automate, on Linux, with parameters (for v6.0+), example: python3 8 "HH:MM:SS" "[Intentions or file with intents]"
6) The number 8 is the intensity. On modern computers this can go up to 8. Celphones and less powerful PC's go up to 7.
7) The "HH:MM:SS" parameter determines how long to run for. If you want to manually stop it, put "00:00:00" or "Forever".
8) Finally, there is the intention/filename, separated by a space from the earlier parameters. If using a file, maintain the upper/lowercasing.
9) This is run in the terminal. For Linux, the filename is case sensitive. Though it doesn't access the file itself, and goes more by intention.

You can download the Python3 code from here, by right-click, save as: Python3 Code

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