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As it is mentioned in, a possible walkaround is to open a subprocess to use: canvas.postscript(file='tmp.ps', colormode='color') process = subprocess.Popen(['ps2pdf', 'tmp.ps', 'result.pdf'], shell=True) Another solution would be to use, but since its is not very reliable, I think you'll have to use the to convert the PS file to an image first, and then add it to the ReportLab. However, I'd suggest the ghostscript approach. This is a basic proof of concept I used to see if it works: '' Setup for Ghostscript 9.07: Download it from and add `/path/to/gs9.07/bin/` and `/path/to/gs9.07/lib/` to your path.
I have two python files gui.py, student.py. I have imported tkinter, i will ask the user to enter their name, id, email, and address, Using tkinter widget i will display all in a list. Ghost windows 81 luxury x86 by khatmausr activated system. How to do this. BASIC WINDOW The first step in any Tk program is to import the Tkinter module itself. By importing the Tk module you create a path inside of your program that can now reference the Tk folder created upon installation of Python. This allows for use of any of the prewritten modules or widgets in the Tk library.