but I agree it should be more prominant.
But on the other side, this question gets answered so constantly that even the most no-brainer search on elYsiun will yield many results.[/quote]
That’s my point - if it’s being answered so constantly - it’s being asked constantly - a simple one liner on the download page for blender i.e.
“Installation instuctions - first install the lastest version of Python which can be found here…” so on and so on. Very simple and would resolve this issue once and for all for everyone interested in Blender.
My search of this site produced no findings - hence my header for the subject of this thread. Maybe I didn’t define the search enough, I don’t know. I made it a loose search to find what-ever it could.
another forum site produced 16 pages in one thread of posts - 99.9% claiming this same error/ warning upon install. after 3-4 pages of posts with-out someone stating a solution to the prob I gave up looking for the .1% that might have had the answer on that thread.
Head-Cheeses posted version wouldn’t even install with out the python 2.3 .dll’s. So no help or hints could be looked at unless an install completed which as stated his wouldn’t.
Head_Cheese - Opera’s is a browser - I just used it for refernce just like
I used the Gimp (2d Graphics) or SodiPodi - (for vector) all requiring additional software -
Point being - no one should have to search for the answer to this - it should be stated prior to the Blender download link on the page - which would save people constantly asking and/or answering this question. Or future problems if you just used blender and then a prob arises in the middle of a project and it’s due to the fact that python was never installed in the beginning. to me, that would be a no brainer.
Head_Cheese - you’re link to Blender intel installed once Python was installed - I’ll pour you a cold one.