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Help with Python no longer seeing my scripts

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I'm trying to update my NOAA Weather plugin.... from the guy "joan" over at the Org

 

It was working fine but a few days ago my weather was frozen on a certain theme.  Raining at any airport I go to.  I wanted to update to 2.2a revision.  Tried that and python no longer sees my scripts.

 

The NOAA stuff is here - any ideas?

 

Here is my noaweather folder location:

B:\X-Plane 10\Resources\plugins\PythonScripts\noaweather

 

The PI_noaaWeather.py exists here:

B:\X-Plane 10\Resources\plugins\PythonScripts

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Did you remove all the old noaa files before copying in the new ones?

Do you see the Python Interface in the plugin menu with XP running?

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I tried this but didn't work

 

I also noticed a bunch of errors when I pull up the Python log in XP

 

I also tried reinstalling Python

 

I'm lost hehe

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It would help if you showed us your Log.txt and any PythonInterface*.txt files inside PythonScripts folder (if there are any).

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I would uninstall all Python stuff from Windows and then delete the c:\Python27 folder.

(It sounds like you may have both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions installed, but you only need the 64-bit)

Reinstall it using the latest V2.7.10 X64 installer:

https://www.python.org/ftp/python/2.7.10/python-2.7.10.amd64.msi

 

From your X-Plane plugins\PythonScripts folder remove the 2 noaa files (py & pyc) and also the corresponding subfolder.

Before installing the noaa plugin files, make sure the Python Interface plugin is loading cirrectly in X-Plane, you should see a Python control menu in the listed plugins, even if no scripts are running.

Once you're satisfied Python is loading okay, pop the noaa stuff back in the PythonScripts folder.

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I would uninstall all Python stuff from Windows and then delete the c:\Python27 folder.

(It sounds like you may have both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions installed, but you only need the 64-bit)

Reinstall it using the latest V2.7.10 X64 installer:

https://www.python.org/ftp/python/2.7.10/python-2.7.10.amd64.msi

 

 

 

Thanks that seemed to finally work...  A uninstall and fresh install.

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