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 It will be helpful to use a common project that is available to everyone so that you can work with commands and configuration demonstrated in this guide. It will be helpful to use a common project that is available to everyone so that you can work with commands and configuration demonstrated in this guide.
  
-If you are using the [[https://​github.com/​orx/​orx | git repo version of Orx]], you can use the Bounce Demo. Start it by executing: ''​code/​bin/​orxd.exe''​+If you are using the [[https://​github.com/​orx/​orx | git repo version of Orx]], you can use the [[en:​tutorials:​bounce_demo|Bounce Demo]]. Start it by executing: ''​code/​bin/​orxd.exe''​
  
 The Bounce Demo is not available in the downloadable release versions of Orx. Otherwise just use a project of your own. The Bounce Demo is not available in the downloadable release versions of Orx. Otherwise just use a project of your own.
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 The info in between the ''​{}''​ is the return value. Then the command itself. Values in between ''​()''​ are required values. Values in between ''​[]''​ are optional values. The info in between the ''​{}''​ is the return value. Then the command itself. Values in between ''​()''​ are required values. Values in between ''​[]''​ are optional values.
  
 +==== Copy/Paste Commands ====
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 +Rather than typing all your commands, you have the choice to copy commands from this tutorial directly into the console using the clipboard. Select the following command and copy it into your clipboard:
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 +''​Command.Version''​
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 +Now paste with Control-V into the command bar of the Orx Console. Your command will be pasted in, and you can press enter to execute it.
  
 ==== Basic Commands ==== ==== Basic Commands ====
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