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The latest version of the software, v10, can be found here:

http://homepage.mac.com/mathogre/.Pictures/touch_10.py

md5 check should give this as a result:

MD5 (touch_10.py) = 9fe6d04dbbab30baa51c4b4d9efd8ac8

To see the difference between the prior version and this version, in Terminal on the command line type:

diff touch_08.py touch_10.py

It should give you this result:

Code:
diff touch_08.py touch_10.py 
14c14
< ##     /usr/bin/python ~/Desktop/touch_08.py
---
> ##     /usr/bin/python ~/Desktop/touch_10.py
113,114c113
<                   '$20.00 PowerbookG4 (Mac-Forums)', \
<                   '$20.00 PowerbookG4 (Mac-Forums)', \
---
>                   '$10.00 PowerbookG4 (Mac-Forums)', \
120,121d118
<                   '$10.00 Ryan13 (Mac Forums)', \
< 
124c121,130
<                   '$10.00 XMARLTONX (Mac-Forums)]']
---
>                   '$10.00 bobtomay (Mac-Forums)', \
> 
>                   '$10.00 XMARLTONX (Mac-Forums)', \
> 
>                   '$10.00 Ariel (mac-Forums)', \
> 
>                   '$20.00 Quiara: (mac-Forums)', \
>                   '$20.00 Quiara: (mac-Forums)', \
> 
>                   '$10.00 Brandon: (mac-Forums)']
diff is a Unix function that shows the differences between files. It does lots more than that, but for this purpose, that's how it is used.

The little codes like 14c14 indicate that differences in line 14 in the first file corresponds to differences in line 14 in the second. The left arrow "<" shows the line(s) in the first file, while the right arrow ">" shows the line(s) in the second file.

As you can see, one change is for how to run the program, using the latest version number or the program. The remaining changes are simply for the current participants.

Hope this helps!

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