In the past I have used VB6 for some fun programs that I have written.
Just recently I have been poking around with Python and realized that VB6 was mostly just a GUI for programing the visual aspects (GUI) of VB6... think about it... LOL.
I now CAN create a Python "script", which could have been a DOS Autoexc file in the past, and task it to "do the typing for me" for my current project.
I guess the KiCad Python "plug-ins" already sort of do this?
Having to re-type every command after every session got old the 2nd time I had to do it! So, it seems I need a script to run the script.... ahh yea ... NO... lol...
well, yes, that is exactly what I need.
I do not have Python 3 installed... is that going to cure my pain, or make it worse?
Thanks for any discussion.