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Wyre Bash python error

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So Wyre Bash works normally when run outside of MO, and inside MO the mod list is loaded correctly and creating a bashed patch works, but if I try to open the Doc Browser or Mod Checker I get

 

Traceback (most recent call last):

  File "bash\basher.pyo", line 18466, in Execute

  File "bash\basher.pyo", line 7032, in __init__

  File "zipextimporter.pyo", line 92, in load_module

  File "wx\lib\iewin.pyo", line 15, in

  File "zipextimporter.pyo", line 92, in load_module

  File "wx\lib\activex.pyo", line 36, in

  File "zipextimporter.pyo", line 92, in load_module

  File "comtypes\__init__.pyo", line 24, in

ImportError: cannot import name partial

 

How to fix this?

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EDIT: Fixed it. Uninstalled everything Python related, then had to install a mess of Python libraries and files to get Wyre Bash Python to even run. Everything works fine in MO now using Wyre Bash Python. Errors still happen with Wyre Bash Standalone. It might be I need to reinstall Standalone as well, but since Python works it doesn't matter.

 

The Doc Browser when opening WB through MO is using an old phantom Bashed Patch 0.txt file though for some reason. Opening WB outside, the doc browser opens an 11/4/2013 bashed patch.txt file, opening WB inside MO, the doc browser opens a 6/25/13 bashed patch.txt file that doesn't actually exist unless WB is open inside MO. Weird. I guess MO's virtualization is importing the wrong file?

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