If you run Flame from the terminal, are there any error when you run the script?
Hmmm… not sure whats happening. I’ve tested it out on two of my Mac’s and I haven’t be able to reproduce the problem you’re having.
You could do a manual copy of the Syntheyes SyPy3 folder. The SyPy3 folder is in Applications/SynthEyes. Just copy it into /opt/Autodesk/python/FLAME VERSION/lib/python3.x/site-packages. After you’ve copied it the script should skip the install process.
Solved the problem. The script won’t work with SynthEyes demo version since it doesn’t come with SyPy3.
I’ve updated this script to work with the latest version of SynthEyes. BorisFX changed the path SynthEyes is installing to which caused the script to break. The first time the script is run it now prompts for the path SynthEyes is intalled to. I also added an option to change the SynthEyes path in the script setup window. That way if an updated version of SynthEyes is installed the path can be easily changed later.