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Nothing has changed. The Add extra objects addon is still there: Then use add>mesh>math function>regular solid Then use Source: Tetrahedron.


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The linked answer is obsolete since the Rock Generator is now part of Extra Objects add-on since commit rBA7347930a0fa14e752929e28c9b48adf74597b018. The separate Rock Generator add-on has been removed from the add-ons contrib repository by commit rBAC70b649775eeeebedb02c1c7b7aa996a7f6294177. If you are using a 2.82 alpha build from the 12th of December or ...


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The cloud generator has been removed from the Blender Add-ons Contrib repository by commit rBACf439379cf637af05bec87e2ee0273dd2b2b43d6b because it wasn't maintained and therefore not updated for Blender 2.8x.


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Python console. Bit of "educated guesswork" going on very little from question. I'll try and cover all bases here Using python console, C = bpy.context The armature object has context, in pose mode >>> C.object bpy.data.objects['Armature'] >>> C.mode 'POSE' The active pose bone >>> pb = C.active_pose_bone >>> pb ...


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Addons register panels and operators An addon when enabled registers panels and operators and properties etc it uses. An operator, or set of, is generally the means an addon uses to "run". The addon tells us where to look for the operator in the UI, in this case object menu > quick effects > Cell Fracture. With developer extras turned on will see ...


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Currently your script performs several unnecessary operations when your goal is to rename the objects. You're creating a set of object names by using the {} syntax, which isn't necessary since the names are guaranteed to be unique. Unless you intend to re-use the old names, it's not necessary to store them. You likely don't need to store the new lowercase ...


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Yes. Actually the next version of the glTF export addon (for upcoming Blender 2.82) will contain a new ability for 3rd-party addons to place glTF extensions into the exported file. The code for this feature looks something like this: if bpy.app.version < (2, 80, 0): preferences = bpy.context.user_preferences else: preferences = ...


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Yes, you are looking in the wrong area. It is in community.


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New answer (after getting feedback in the comments): The file you are trying to install is the wrong one (i.e. the repository downloaded as a zip file). Try with the release file instead. Old answer: I suspect that it is in fact installed but not showing up in the list because it is not enabled yet (your screenshot is only showing enabled add-ons). First, ...


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