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    Are there any tutorials on installing/ using the files/ scripts, pre-python ( for both OS )??
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    These are fantastic, thank you. I can't wait to try the python versions.

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    The newes verions of the scripts can be found at
    https://forums.newtek.com/showthread...le-V4-released

    @daforum:
    There you find instructions on how to install. This are all LS-Scripts, so no Need for Python.
    The next Version will be in Python.
    The files found at the above link are LScript.

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    Look forward to seeing the python version Kanuso
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    Hi there, just stumbled on to this again since I started a thread regarding arched windows, and someone pointed to this plugin.
    Though I do not see how it could create the kind of arched windows I was after in that thread.

    Anyway..I noticed this a while a go, but never installed it due to all the downloads of single zipfiles, and the installation process that requires to set up the folders yourself..but I had a little time over now.
    So what about if I managed to put all the files in to corresponding folders, then we are left with two folders..one with the scripts and one with helpfiles needed, how about me just sharing that ..so everone get´s a much easier download and installation process?
    I am in the middle of setting up the menu´s and could probably make branches for everyone to import, that´s a start..then we could gather views on what the folders should be named really and placed best etc.

    I would have to contact Kanuso later though...if he doesn´t respond here soon.

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    Looking forward to it if Kanuso agrees, yes its a bit of a long winded installation but even more so if you have to do it more than once.
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    Hi prometheus,

    I did not think that the old LScript version will be in use anymore. The actual nuArchitect bundle is in Python. It is right, the old LScript (and for sorry the new Python too) is a bit complicatedt to install. As for the next Python version I am thinking about an install script (I noticed that Python can handle zip files, so a script to do all the things that must be done should be possible). But if you want to do something that makes the installation of theold LScript version smarter, than you are wellcome. But before you install the old LScript version, take a look at the new Python version. There are more scripts and there is a installation helper script in the last version and the scripts are extendet to do more than the old ones.

    To cut a long story short...
    If you want to make the installation of the old version smarter, than do so.

    Regards,
    Kanuso
    Last edited by KANUSO; 08-20-2019 at 01:45 AM.

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    @ prometheus

    there might be OpenSource installer apps out there that could help also.
    https://www.createinstall.com (use Freeware version)

    or possibly, AutoHotKey.
    Last edited by erikals; 08-20-2019 at 03:22 AM.
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    Hi again,

    here something you should have in mind if you plan to load your work up here.

    I was not able to load up large files. I do not know the exact Point, but zip-files larger than 4.65MB have the risk of not being accepted by the Forum here. Thats the reason why I split the files in separate zip-files.

    Regards,
    Kanuso

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