Yes, make sure you are installing python 2.7 not 3.x. And yes, let it install in the default folder.murcod wrote:My OS is Windows 7 64 bit.
I've downloaded Python, do I just let it install to it's own default folder or somewhere else?
I'm done making that script as well, I'll be testing it in a bit, I'm installing heat in my seats and I'll be sharing the script here and updating the zip file for Mac and Windows users.
I have made scripts for Windows and OSX to drop in the extracted folder (where Top and Xml should be)
When you double click the relevant script, it will start a python web server and open Firefox with the Service Manual.
You guys are free to modify any of these two files, but I ask that if you find fixes that should be implemented, please bring it to my attention.
I will be sharing the folder for the service manual so the link will take you there, just grab the script you need and add it to your extracted manual.
As of now, I am using Firefox since the Service Manual has issues with Chrome but there are still bugs here and there with Firefox but will get the job done.
Kizashi Service Manual with offline scripts