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Running the CEFPython wxPython Example

After installing cefpython, you can get up and running quickly with some of the examples. The wxPython example is pretty simple to get going:

1. Download wxPython:
and install it.

2. If you haven't already, get a Python editor (I use the free PyCharm Community Edition. I've also written a walk-through for installing PyCharm).

3. Open Windows Explorer to C:\Python27\Lib\site-packages\cefpython3\examples and make sure wxpython.py exists:
4. Make sure the right interpreter (Python 2.7.9) is being used:
5. Open wxpython.py in your editor, and start debugging:
The program should start, and you should see a window appear:
Success! You're now looking at an application with an embedded browser window, and you can test out the different features.
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