I have had the chance to check the python environment with a completely fresh install Big Sur on M1 (no migration). Unfortunately it doesn’t work:
After the first start of Glyphs 3, so far everything is clean. As soon as I install a plugin that needs python 3, I get this message:
**An installed plug-in requires Python 3. Do you want to download and install it now?** You can also install it later in the Plugin Manager.
Of course I tried that. Went to the `Plugin Manager > Modules and installed Python there. Several times. Doesn’t do anything. After a Glyphs restart, the message from above still comes up. Also when I try to run anything from the Macro Panel.
Additionally, the Popup Menu in
Preferences > Addons > Python Version is empty and I can’t choose any python there, even though I got the legacy python 2.7 as well as a working python 3.8 (in
Since I got those 2 pythons already, I was hoping to not need to install any more pythons, to keep this machine a bit cleaner
Is it even necessary to install that Plugin-Manager-Python if you got the other ones already?
Glyphs 3.0.1 (3039), Mac OS 11.1