Kode Start Issue - Windows 10

Hi, for some reason, Kode is not starting on Windows 10.
It is raising this error.

Generating HTML5 project for Kode Studio

Armory v0.5 ($Id: 626ed79f35d8830a987f2794c95bac04c8934899 $)
OS: win, Target: html5, GAPI: opengl, Blender: 2.79 (sub 0)
Exporting Scene
Exporting object action Cube.003Action
Scene built in 0.14725756645202637
Exported modules: [‘audio’, ‘physics’, ‘ui’]
Shader flags: [’_Irr’, ‘_EnvTex’, ‘_EnvLDR’, ‘_Rad’, ‘_EnvTransp’, ‘_EnvCol’, ‘_EnvStr’, ‘_Deferred’, ‘_CSM’, ‘_Brdf’, ‘_IndPos’, ‘_SSAO’]
Cannot create a file when that file already exists.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “C:/Users/duke/Downloads/Armory279_05/armsdk//armory/blender\arm\props_traits.py”, line 252, in execute
File “C:/Users/duke/Downloads/Armory279_05/armsdk//armory/blender\arm\utils.py”, line 564, in kode_studio
File “C:/Users/duke/Downloads/Armory279_05/armsdk//armory/blender\arm\utils.py”, line 525, in kode_studio_mklink_win
subprocess.check_call(‘mklink /J “%s” “%s”’ % (source, target), shell=True)
File “C:\Users\duke\Downloads\Armory279_05\2.79\python\lib\subprocess.py”, line 271, in check_call
raise CalledProcessError(retcode, cmd)
subprocess.CalledProcessError: Command ‘mklink /J “C:/Users/duke/Downloads/Armory279_05/armsdk//win32/resources/app/kodeExtensions/kha/Kha” “C:/Users/duke/Downloads/Armory279_05/armsdk//Kha”’ returned non-zero exit status 1

location: :-1

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Same issue on Win 8.1 here. It seems to be caused by running the Armory Blender on non C disk and/or running it on non NFTS drive. Possible solutions:

  1. Move Armory Blender to C drive (possible along with project files)
  • open Armory
  • User Preferences -> Addon -> Armory
  • Enable Show Advanced
  • Code Editor - set to System Default
  • Save
  • Go back to your project
  • Click Edit Script in Armory Traits to bring up the Kode
  • Win will try to find an app for .hx files and it will ask you to point to an app of your choice
  • select Kode Studio. exe located in Armory Blender (…Armory\armsdk\win32\Kode Studio.exe)
    et voila. I hope it will help

I have been using Krom for everything so far and have had no issues in win 10.