I know I can place a script in Blender's startup/scripts folder and it will register when you open Blender, which is what I normally do.

However, I have a lot of scripts so I tried putting them in a sub-folder, but now Blender doesn't register any of them, it just can't see them. I would really like to use folders for organization purposes.

What would I need to make my scripts register from their sub-folder?

Maybe some sort of init.py at the startup/scripts level (outside any subfolder) that does something?


You need to register the script path in the file paths section of user preferences.

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  • $\begingroup$ Won't that override the current scripts path? $\endgroup$ – Armored Wolf Jun 29 at 2:06

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