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Hi Animatect, you made my day, it worked like a charm.

Thank you so much!!!

Hi

I have small empty window too

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Sorry i'm not familiar with Python, could you help me?

Thanks!

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Hi Andy, offcourse I will try my best. If you follow Animatect's reply what you have to do is (assuming that you are on windows) run cmd from the start menu (press windows key and type cmd) then the only thing I did was simply copy the command line Animatect told me to run:

pip install PySide2 --target C:\Prism\PythonLibs\Python37

Then hit enter and that should run a quick download for pyside and when it stops you should be good to go. I would recommend you to read the first steps of Animatect's post and replicate them before doing this just in case.

I hope this works for you , All credit to Animatect.

 

Hey Fernando, hope I can be of some help.
v1.3.0.82 should give you the right result, I've installed it in 12+ PC's and it's working great, so probably the error is on the instalationof the plugin.

My suggestion if you haven't already done so is:

-on prism settings first make sure that the version is indeed v1.3.0.82, this is done on the general tab>about section.

-make sure to run prism as admin and go to the "DCC apps" tab.

-On the blender tab make sure to uninstall all the previously installed plugins.

-After this, press add and set your blender path, should be something like: C:\Program Files\Blender Foundation\Blender 2.93.

This should install the the plugin again and set everything right.

If this doesn't work, I would suggest uninstalling and  reinstalling prism as admin (remove any trace of the plugins).

 

Once you hopefully get it to work it will be missing PySide2, you'll just have to install it on the local prism library, this is done by oppening the windows command line and running:

pip install PySide2 --target C:\Prism\PythonLibs\Python37

This is assuming prism is installed on it's default location, if it's not, just modify the "target" on the command to <your prism path>\PythonLibs\Python37

 

Hope this helps, if it doesn't check on the console for printed errors, if prism is on the right folder (something like C:\Program Files\Blender Foundation\Blender 2.93\2.93\scripts\startup\PrismInit.py), it should throw an error at start which would be printed on the blender console (Blender > Window menu > toggle system console), post the error here and I'm sure we'll do our best to help you out 🙂

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