So, I had some minor success as I continue to flounder in the world of Phidgets on the Pi (and Linux in general, me thinks!).
I stumbled across an oddity when I was working on learning and wanted to play with Tkinter. My import statement was failing and after some web-research, I came to understand that Python 3.x should use "tkinter" for the import whereas Python 2.x should use "Tkinter". And, yes, the case matters!
Based on that, I thought I'd try some different variations for the Phidget import statements and I've seen some examples where the imports are using "Phidgets" instead of the "Phidget22" that the examples illustrate.
Bottom line is that if I use "Phidgets", then the modules are found. There is one exception and that is when I try the "Phidgets.Devices.Manager import form the HelloWorld.py example.
So, I think I'm really close however I'm just skirting the understanding of how to delve into what the imports needs in order to properly tie into the right module.
Any chance there's a "simple
" way to figure this out?