So I installed them via the plugin manager, and then Glyphs told me I need to install Python.
So I did from the official website.
Now when I open the Glyphs app, a pop-up opens and says : Python installation needs this missing module : « PyObjcC » You can install « pip3 install pyobjc » in the Terminal or using the Python module from the plugin manager.
So I looked for this module in the plugin manager, but I don’t find it, and when I typed « pip3 install pyobjc » in the Terminal, it says « command not found »
You’re right, going into Glyphs 3 preferences / addons and switching to Glyphs python made it all better. I had previously installed plugins that weren’t showing up (Red Arrows, Smart Plumblines) and now it’s all good.
i hate to keep adding to this thread, but I just installed Glyphs 3 and now the only options in Preferences>AddOns is 3.7.3 (Homebrew), no option with Glyphs in the parens, no matter how many times i restart.
Perhaps because I had versions of Python 3 and an older 2 installed on my system? But it doesnt look like glyphs installed one?
The “(Glyphs)” Python version is only available as an option if you have installed Python from the Plugin Manager. Go to Window → Plugin Manager → Modules and install Python. Relaunch Glyphs for the installation to complete. Now select the “(Glyphs)” version in the preferences and relaunch Glyphs again to load the new Python version.
I’m new to the forum so pardon me If I put this comment in the wrong place.
I had similar issues when installing Python. I had no option to select the python version from the Add Ons dialog window. After about 4 hours of trying various things my solution came from Uninstalling Glyphs Mini.
I uninstalled Glyphs Mini, restarted Glyphs and Python was running!
I can not get the Plug-in/Python(Glyps) to install.
In preferences / Addons I see Python version 3.10.6 (Python) - no options for Python(Glyphs).
Plug-ins manager/ Modules - there are no options - field is blank.
I open the Scripts Folder - the folder is empty - I can not see Repositories?
Maybe it hasn’t been installed - 3.1.2 (3151).