Our school devices will not load the turtle output, so we cannot use turtle. I’ve read other threads about this issue, and am pretty sure it’s a school network issue.
I have been working with our IT department and they have checked all of the information on the IT Administrator’s Toolkit (https://docs.replit.com/teams-edu/it-administrators-toolkit), but they cannot see anything that is being “blocked” when I try to run a python turtle program.
Are there some other “links” besides what is in the IT Administrator’s Toolkit that need to be unblocked to run it?
You need to allow access to
*.repl.co for VNC output (what the python turtle template uses) to work, I think (assuming that you’re using
Thank you. I sent your response to my IT department and they made those changes/adjustments and it worked.
If your issue is now resolved, please mark @9pfs1’s post as the solution.
Make sure WebGL is supported on a device that tries to use a VNC output. I don’t believe VNC outputs are hosted on repl.co or firewalledreplit.co, but try unblocking those and see if it works.
@youngchief was unable to use the VNC feature on a network that prevents access to
*.repl.co if I remember correctly.
Yeah, it appears that VNC is hosted on repl.co domains. I could do more looking to confirm.
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