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  1. It can't find the module "ImportError: No module named matplotlib.colors" Pass me your import code 'how you're trying to include the module' also try this and tell me what it says: import sys sys.path.append('File Path to a matplotlib module') import matplotlib as mat #mat.colors
  2. I ended up fixing it, I had to uninstall and manually remove the windows env variables for the HFS and PYTHON_PATH, It must not have had access to some .obj header.
  3. Yes, I'm thinking enough. Unfortunately I am exporting it as a .obj and that's the file I'm getting, any idea as to why that is? I am currently talking to support and waiting on an email to explain, so I could wait for that.
  4. Just recently I am unable to save out geo in my Apprentice and load it into Maya. Even looking at an older output of houdinis .obj it seems the way it's created is different: Is this a new thing or have I messed up some setting somewhere? To me this looks like a different file format, but I am saving it as a .obj.
  5. I'm trying to access the hou module for command line (windows) Regular Python Shell (python 2.7) The sideFX doc [www.sidefx.com] But when I append my env variable ('C:\Program Files\Side Effects Software\Houdini 16.0.671\houdini\python2.7libs') and append it also to my sys path in the python shell I get a: File "C:\Program Files\Side Effects Software\Houdini 16.0.671\houdini\python2.7libs\hou.py", line 19, in <module> import _hou ImportError: DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found. In my libs folder I don't have a ‘_hou.py’ I only have ‘_hou.pyd’After trying to figure it out myself I am unable to get this working, anyone have a suggestion for me?