Despite the ease of programming in Python, it can sometimes be difficult to find a renderer or preload a resource. However, there are some methods to solve the problem. First, try restarting the IDE, which should fix the error. Second, try using the latest version of Adobe Photoshop.
If the error still persists, try reinstalling the Jupyter Notebook Renderers Extension. This extension works with Visual Studio Code and provides a number of renderers for different output types. Make sure to use the latest stable version – beta builds often have bugs and may not work. Otherwise, you can try the workaround described above. This workaround will let you see the output in a separate window – an iframe.
Another way to fix this problem is to open the jupyter notebook and run it in vscode. If you cannot run the code, you will receive an error message. This is caused by a missing renderer. You should also check the settings of the renderer to ensure that it is properly configured.