A Question about the Scripts Window

Hullo everyone…

i just downloaded the much needed fiber python script, and i just figured out how to use it. since splitting my screen, opening the python script, and running it can be very arduous and takes up valuable time, i was wondering if there was a way that i could have it be readily selected from the Scripts menu in the Scripts window. blender already gives yu many scripts that can be selected in that menu, and i was wondering how i could add fiber to the list.

All help is greatly appreciated


p.s. i’ve already tried the “update menu” button a the top of the scripts list

Two things you can do:
(1): Save the scene as a .blend file, and just open it again. However, I don’t think this would work for you.
(2): Open up fiber.py, or what ever the script is called, and place the following at the VERY top of the file, then save it and place it in the “.blender/scripts” folder inside your blender folder:

Place this code at the VERY top of the file, nothing comes first, not even a newline or a space.

""" Registration info for Blender menus:
Name: 'Fiber Generator'
Blender: 232
Group: 'Import'
ToolTip: 'Generate fibers'

Now it will be in the import menu. Enjoy!

Thank you very much… this wil save me a lot of time…