Author George Fagin
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Date 2016-09-24.02:36:35
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After a Turtle.stamp() command, turtle click notifications enabled via Turtle.onclick() are blocked until subsequent turtle commands are issued. Examples of the functions that re-enable click notifications include undo(), fd(0), left(0), etc. I've verified this behavior on both Python 3.4.2 (my Raspberry Pi) and Python 3.4.4 (my Windows 7 laptop).

The attached sample code demonstrates that it's not difficult to work around the issue by using one of those functions immediately after any Turtle.click(), but I'd think that should be handled by the library to it's transparent to the user.
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