An update on below. Really I have moved on but I will leave the original problem below. The syntax I’m using now is
WATImage = pdfimages.PDFImage('Wat32x32.jpg',0,0) OnceMore = WATImage.drawInlineImage(c) #populate data for the table #create first row of table data= [['', 'GP','DSTB', 'LSTB', 'CPit', OnceMore, 'KAM', 'GM']]
This places the image in a random(?) place on the document and puts the string “True” in the place where the graphic should be.
No longer relevant. Left for documentation.
I’m pulling my hair out over something that should be so simple. I’m trying to show an image in a table.
WATImage = PIL.Image.open('Wat32x32.jpg')
<PIL.JpegImagePlugin.JpegImageFile image mode=RGB size=32x32 at 0x7F3C142EC730>
only displays that literal not the image itself. I did try with c.drawInlineImage but that generated
AttributeError: 'int' object has no attribute 'wrapOn'
What is the proper syntax to insert the actual image not the object refernce.