I've used MPL a bit, and am wondering if there's a facility for sending graphic images to a printer, or putting them in some format like png? I don't necessarily want the graphics to appear in a window, but would like to print them directly once they are ready. Can one put in a page feed, so that images don't all fall on the same page or cut across pages?
Is there any image processing operation available to do simple operations like dark subtract or stack different images on one other to produce composites of several images? Maybe Python has such a facility that's already available as a library?
Wayne Watson (Watson Adventures, Prop., Nevada City, CA)
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