|11 November 2006|
Juan Carlos Barrantes
Python-Scripts and Plug-Ins
Hello everyone, I'm new to blender and would like to know if this exists.
Is there a script that would let me unwrap a current UV mapped, textured mesh/model differently and deform the previous textures with the new UV coordinates at the same time?
I'd like to add more detail on the sides (due to stretching) of my model without loosing the frontal detail or start from the beginning with a new UV layout.
Hope you can understand my question and lead me to a new script or technique for this, Thank you in advance.
Last edited by jcarl904 : 11 November 2006 at 09:16 PM.
|04 April 2007|
Tacoma, United States
Originally Posted by marlu: hello, newbie here.
i did all what is the first post tells, yet i still find this error.
If i open blender, the console says "
Using Python version 2.4
'import site' failed; use -v for traceback
I installed python 2.3.3 and i have blender 2.41 (upgrading to 2.42) What is the problem?
hope someone can help me. thanks
Ok now on my main machine that i fried last week blender worked fine..
Now that I am on a POS laptop I cant seem to get 2.43 of blender to recognise python25 and no scripts work..?
I have even tried python24 that ships with 2.43 and I still get this error,Maybe I need to make a System variable via XP...?
As Always B3D
|02 February 2009|
hopefully you guys can help with this. I'm using yafaray an i keep getting this error:
It seems to be a python error and i have no idea how to fix it. I reinstalled python (2 versions in fact). looked for fix, found some patch, and had no idea where to to it. i installed all possible things that were needed like the c++ 2005 distributable and even a ctypes installer.
(i was gonna ask this on the yafaray forums but i still have yet to receive a confirmation email...)
"The beast is a mirror and the mirror shot me."
|09 September 2011|
I am quite new with blender and I have only used 2.5. I have a tutorial from mars 2011 that use a script but it does not seem to work. The script is called rig.py and when I run it it say bpy.ops.text.run_script() but it does not work. I got it from a tutorial by Pascal Gabus aka Kiopaa in the book "tout savior fair en 3D avec Blender"'
It is suppose to add some feature to N menu in pose mode but they do not show up. I have tried to install and re-install Python, added a system variables and installing different Blender version, but so far nothing has worked.
I also tried the info at the begging of this tread but could not find:
"Now open blender, and set your pythonpath in the "user preferences" (i) window >pathes>Python
So now I am out of ideas on how to make i work.
Does anybody have an idea of what I am doing wrong?
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