I want to use ArcPy with Python 3.7. I tried setting the paths to
arcpy but Python 3.7 doesn't
import arcpy properly.
Is it possible to use a Python version outside of default version that ships with ArcMap 10.6?
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Sorry to say, the answer is no.
I try to write my ArcGIS python scripts to run over all supported pythons (ie those stacks released with ArcGIS) if possible. Of course can't always be done, but often it can be.
Some versions work better than others, as the support article says.
It's all correct. You can't use arcpy version 2.7 with pyhton 3,but...
You can launch a script in python 2 from python 3 https://stackoverflow.com/questions/27863832/calling-python-2-script-from-python-3
If you share your process you can work!