Last edited Apr 27 at 10:22 PM by crwilcox, version 6

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hedson May 3, 2014 at 2:10 AM 
Yes, that was my problem; figured it out shortly after posting. Thanks for the speedy reply!

pminaev May 2, 2014 at 11:35 PM 
If the newly created environment is the first one in your project (i.e. you didn't have another virtual env, and you did not have any interpreter listed under "Python Environments"), then it will be automatically activated, and an active environment will have that option disabled. The active environment is also displayed in bold, so check for that.

If the environment is not active and yet cannot be activated, or if it's active but not bolded in Solution Explorer, please file a bug in the tracker.

hedson May 2, 2014 at 10:55 PM 
I am unable to activate my virtual environment (created using "Python Envionments..Create Virtual Environment"). It appears within my project under "Python Environments" (not Virtual Environments as shown in the screen shots). The right-click menu includes an option to Activate Environment, but that option is disabled. What might I be missing?