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paie not loading on mac
When "import paye" I just get this reply:
# Error: No module named paie
I saved the paie.py in this path:
Also tried it in here:
Nada. It can't find it.
I thought of forcing a path with PYTHONPATH in a terminal (as suggested) but:
PYTHONPATH: Command not found.
Sorry, I'm not a wizard when it comes to this kind of system stuff.
If there is a kind soul who has seen this before and is willing to share his knowledge, I'd be sooo thankful.
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