This is my first time performing python scripting in Audacity, and I have come across a problem:
I am running Audacity on a Windows 10 system and would like to use scripting for one of my projects.
I enabled the mod-script-pipe in Audacity’s preferences, that should allow scripting.
After running the pipe_test.py script, I saw in the instructions that I could type do(“whatevercommand:”) in the python CLI.
The pipe_test.py script gave the following output, shown in the attached image. However, when I tried using the do command, I was getting the error, as follows:
>>> do("Help:") Traceback (most recent call last): File "<pyshell#0>", line 1, in <module> do("Help:") NameError: name 'do' is not defined
How exactly am I supposed to use this command? Am I forgetting to run a file? Or forgetting to install something? I am running the script through Python 3.7.4 Shell (Idle)
Hoping for some guidance.