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Hi Luke,

you can add pythonw as a local interpreter in Settings->Python Interpreters and use it to run your program.
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Thanks Ekaterina, that kind of worked. Adding Anaconda's pythonw to the interpreters comes up with this error:

Invalid Python SDK
Cannot set up python SDK
at /Users/luke/anaconda/bin/pythonw.
The SDK seems invalid.

With a whole bunch of errors in the IDE since it doesn't find any packages (Packages list in the interpreters window for pythonw is empty). So I use python as the default interpreter so that the IDE has access to the packages, and I set pythonw as the interpreter for the run configuration. I can now run it normally.

Unfortunately this doesn't work when running in debug, with the Console error:

/Users/luke/anaconda/python.app/Contents/MacOS/python: can't open file '/Applications/PyCharm': [Errno 2] No such file or directory
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I am getting a very similar issue to Luke in his second post has this been resolved or addressed some where ter?

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