Yes. When I’m talking about the package, I will always write it as
I right clicked the file containing the one line of line code I am trying to run (I named the file YOYO4) and selected “copy full path” and got this
Is this path exactly what you see? Because it’s missing a
\ in front of
.atom. If it’s not exactly what you see, you need to wrap it in backticks to format it as code.
Most likely, the issue is with the space in your name, and specifically the issue is probably that
script is sending off the command without quoting the path, in which case the first contiguous string of characters (
C:\Users\Chase) is being read as the command. You should try placing the script somewhere that isn’t underneath
Chase Reynolds\ and see if it works then. As for solutions, if this is the case you should open an issue on the
script GitHub repo to alert the maintainers of this problem. I use
process-palette, which doesn’t send any commands that I don’t explicitly tell it to.