Installation for Windows
1. Download and install Qgis 3.4 Long Term Release 64 bit.
You can download QGIS 3.4 from https://qgis.org/en/site/forusers/download.html. Make sure to download the Long Term Release QGIS Standalone Installer Version 3.4 (64 bit), see the screenshot below, and follow its instructions.
2. Install the 3Di Toolbox plugin
Start QGIS and open the plugin-manager under "Plugins" > "Manage and Install Plugins".
Go to "Settings" and add a new plugin-repository with name: "lizard" and URL:
https://plugins.lizard.net/plugins.xml. After adding the repository press "Reload all Repositories".
Now under "All" the 3Di Toolbox plugin should appear. Press "Install Plugin" and wait for it to finish.
Upgrading to the latest version
If already have 3Di Toolbox installed and you want to upgrade 3Di Toolbox to the latest version, you should follow the instructions depending on your version of QGIS and 3Di Toolbox.
Qgis 3.4 with ThreediToolbox 1.11 or higher: use the QGIS plugin-manager under "Plugins" > "Manage and Install Plugins", select "3Di Toolbox" and press "Upgrade".
Qgis 3.4 with ThreediToolbox 1.10 or lower: manually remove the plugin-folder from your computer. It should be located under 'C:/Users/<user.name>/AppData/Roaming/QGIS/QGIS3/profiles/default/python/plugins/'. After you removed the folder, follow the above instructions Install the 3Di Toolbox plugin
If you are still running on QGIS 2.18 or lower: follow the installation instructions above for Qgis 3.4: https://github.com/nens/ThreeDiToolbox/wiki/_new#installation
How do I see which QGIS version is installed?
Under "Help" > "About" you can find details about the installed QGIS version.
How do I see which 3Di Toolbox version is installed?
Either in the plugin-manager of Qgis under "Plugins" > "Manage and Install Plugins" or press the "3Di About" button.
I get the error "ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'pkg_resources'"
If you get the error message "ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'pkg_resources'" during installation you are likely missing the dependencies
python3-pip from your QGIS installation.
This is probably due to having QGIS installed via the OSGeo4W Network Installer. These packages are not installed via this installer by default. There are two ways to solve this problem:
Reinstall QGIS3.4 via the QGIS3.4 Standalone Installer, see installation instructions above.
Install the required packages via the OSGeo4W Network Installer:
- Open your OSGeo4W-setup, select "Advanced Install" and follow the instructions. During "Select packages" make sure you install the libraries
Then continue with installing the 3Di Toolbox plugin.