Hi, by checking the Readme, it seems quite handy to do the rotation!
Thanks for the info. It worked for me in py3 but had the same message for py2. Have to look into this.
The major problem now is that you can't see what face has a special configuration from the gui. I needed a quick way to get things working. So i used command panels for configuration. The idea is to move away from command panels to a own tab like the spreadsheet does. Than there would be enough space to do a proper GUI
Some basic stuff like scaling (done by setting the length and width), rotation an maybe transition is mandatory. Because it is impossible to let a algorithm map all faces correctly. But itbis it is far away from a general texture mapping like blender has.
I can confirm the issue was resolved (and thanks for creating the tutorial):
I created the document on Py2 build and noticed the document won't be loaded successfully after:Another good news. The texture mapping should work in Py2 builds also
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<type 'exceptions.TypeError'>: string indices must be integers