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    Quote Originally Posted by alphacabbage1 View Post
    So, I guess python3 is stricter about the encoding and falls over in protest where ye olde python2 marched on.
    Whereas that is true, you weren't failing in Py3 - you were failing somewhere in C++ code.
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    Quote Originally Posted by birdman View Post
    you weren't failing in Py3 - you were failing somewhere in C++ code.
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