Should reloading scripts with F8 cause issues with the UI, and Blender all together? It has been doing such to me (factory defaults), but I don't know much about the feature.
A common issue arising is:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "C:\Program Files\Blender Foundation\Blender\2.75\scripts\addons_contrib\ space_view3d_quickPrefs.py", line 939, in setup gllightpreset_chooseLoadLocation(1) File "C:\Program Files\Blender Foundation\Blender\2.75\scripts\addons_contrib\ space_view3d_quickPrefs.py", line 604, in gllightpreset_chooseLoadLocation filepath=bpy.context.scene.quickprefs.gllightpreset_importdirectory AttributeError: 'Scene' object has no attribute 'quickprefs'
This is with factory defaults, but after reloading scripts. I have not changed the scripts folder either. Vanilla settings. This error will pop up every 100ms, until I enable the QuickPrefs addon from the Testing branch.
I'm really not worried about the issue of quickprefs, more than I'm really trying to find answers to the following questions:
1. Is the reload scripts command (default F8), only reloading the base script folder built-in with the Blender install, or does it reload all scripts referenced in the instance?
2. Does the "Scripts" Folder setting effect what folder is reloaded when executing "Reload Scripts".
3. Is it common for a brand new install, without any changes, or enabled addons to error when reloading scripts after it's very first startup?
The point of these questions is so that I may understand that portion of Blender quite a bit better, as well as know what is considered "normal behavior" before reporting bugs. My apologies for not being more clear.