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Blender 3d Software - A technical question (Not Animation help) Answered

OK, I just downloaded Blender, from blender.org

I started it up, and a Windows98 styled window showed up. So far so good. Well, the thing is, the window said something, but when I closed it, the whole program closed it.

What worried me was that it said: (From what I can remember)

Not all (something) could be installed and that some scripts might not run. Continue Happily!

Any idea of what might have happened? Is that normal? Do I need something? Will I have trouble animating?


It's not an error, it happens every time. It's meant to happen.

That box just tells you how the program is running. When you exit out it terminates the program. It should say something like "continuing happily" or something like that at the bottom. Like when you render say a video, the box can tell you how many frames it has rendered and other info.

You're welcome. I'm kinda new to Blender too so I don't know much about it either.

Kieth kid, install python for win32

damn spelled his name wrong again

Python ? SDL ? OpenGL ? One of this word rings a bell ?

no, wait, it fell back to pythhon


10 years ago

Can you reproduce the error? If so, write it all down, every letter may be important. Does the program now work? Have you found any major features that don't?

I just downloaded it,so I don't exactly know how to use it. I'll check, and make a screenshot if it pops up again

Nope. I know that python is the programming language. That's about it.