working on a web tutorial. In the first line of the script from the tutorial, there is an import of CoreGraphics. The script it is supposed to draw a yellow rectangle with a red border. My problem is that when i go to run the file by typing: Code: python example1.py i get the following error from terminal: Code: james-collinss-macbook-pro:python jamescollins$ python example1.py Traceback (most recent call last): File "example1.py", line 1, in <module> from CoreGraphics import * ImportError: No module named CoreGraphics i searched for CoreGraphics with spotlight and i found two folders that matched CoreGraphics. One was located in: Code: /Developer/SDKs/MacOS10.4u.sdk/Developer/Headers/CFMCarbon there is another folder located in: Code: /Developer/SDKs/MacOS10.5.sdk/System/Library/Frameworks/ApplicationServices.framework/Versions/A/Frameworks here is the script which i called example1.py. According to the tutorial, example1.py is taken from, /Developer/Examples/Quartz/Python/ from a script called bitmap.py. Code: from CoreGraphics import * import math # Create an RGB bitmap context, transparent black background, 256x256 cs = CGColorSpaceCreateDeviceRGB () c = CGBitmapContextCreateWithColor (256, 256, cs, (0,0,0,0)) # Draw a yellow square with a red outline in the center c.saveGState () c.setRGBStrokeColor (1,0,0,1) # red c.setRGBFillColor (1,1,0,1) # yellow c.setLineWidth (3) c.setLineJoin (kCGLineJoinBevel) c.addRect (CGRectMake (32.5, 32.5, 191, 191)) c.drawPath (kCGPathFillStroke); c.restoreGState () # Write the bitmap to disk in PNG format c.writeToFile ("out.png", kCGImageFormatPNG) the script example1.py which i took from bitmap.py is a little different than the tutorials. Just wondering about what i would do to make this script work.