Doesn’t look like much but it took me two days to configure OpenFrameworks to work with Visual Studio 2015 on Windows 10. I ran into a lot of problems using the extension manager in Visual Studios and couldn’t find the OpenFrameworks path when downloaded. I ended downloading OF on git so I could manually place it into a drive. However, if you use the version on Github, the external scripts are not downloaded. The git version includes a scripts folder to download the dependencies, but you have to use Windows Power Shell to install the scripts by first enabling some permissions. All in all, I’m just happy to get it running.