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Rough English (Translated by a user):

When trying to access plugins I am told Unable to open the Python console. When I start qgis, the message also shows up but I don't know what it means. The problem is that I have no access to the Add Delimited Text Layer plugin.

Original Spanish:

al intentar acceder a complementos me dice que No se pudo abrir la consola de Python . al iniciar qgis tambien aparece el mensaje pero lo ignoro . el problema esta en que no puedo acceder a complementos de Add Delimited Text Layer. ayuda por favor.

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The tool Add Delimited Text Layer is available directly from the Layer menu, the plugin is not required. –  Willy Sep 20 '13 at 2:46
    
as Willy already explained this error-message is misleading. you can use the Add Delimited Text Layer from the Layer menu and it works fine:-). No need to install it. –  Kurt Sep 20 '13 at 6:53
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@Willy, Kurt: You are right, but the plugin is still in the Plugin Manager list. And from the error message, it seems that python does not work at all. –  Andre Joost Sep 20 '13 at 10:59
    
@Andre Joost: But I could load a CSV-file without any problem... –  Kurt Sep 20 '13 at 16:21

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The second error is reproducable, so I opened a ticket for that:

http://hub.qgis.org/issues/8635

But that does not yet solve the Python console error (which I don't get).

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I got this 'Unable to open the Python console' error when I installed 64bit QGIS2.0 and when my machine already had Python 2.7 32bit. When I uninstalled my 32bit Python installation, the error had gone. It is worth to check your standalone version of python if you have one!

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