Created attachment 127963 [details]
Failing presentation with embedded SVG.
The attached presentation just contains the SVG Windows 7 logo from Wikipedia https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/de/c/c2/Microsoft_Windows_7_logo.svg
It's rendered wrong in the presenter console on
CPU-Threads: 14; BS-Version: Linux 3.16; UI-Render: Standard;
Gebietsschema: de-DE (de_DE.UTF-8); Calc: group
The presenting screen is ok, as you can see in the attached screenshot.
To reproduce just load and start the presentation and switch to the 2nd page.
Loaded canvas libraries are:
# lsof -p 10224 | grep canvas
soffice.b 10224 jmg mem REG 252,1 9570960 2118171 /home/jmg/Development/libreoffice/symbols/instdir/program/libvclcanvaslo.so
soffice.b 10224 jmg mem REG 252,1 8390376 2118167 /home/jmg/Development/libreoffice/symbols/instdir/program/libcairocanvaslo.so
soffice.b 10224 jmg mem REG 252,1 628992 2122995 /home/jmg/Development/libreoffice/symbols/instdir/program/libcanvasfactorylo.so
soffice.b 10224 jmg mem REG 252,1 5677720 2137791 /home/jmg/Development/libreoffice/symbols/instdir/program/libcppcanvaslo.so
soffice.b 10224 jmg mem REG 252,1 3470664 2126025 /home/jmg/Development/libreoffice/symbols/instdir/program/libcanvastoolslo.so
Created attachment 127964 [details]
Screenshot of the broken logo in in the Impress presentation console
My Linux distro is a KDE NEON 5.8.0 (user) based on Ubuntu 16.04.
Created attachment 127974 [details]
Correct preview screenshot of the presenter console of the first slide
Just realized the preview is also correct.
I confirm issue under Win8.1 x64 as well using older releases back to 4.0.4 (where the poor rendering was even worse)
it worked fine in 3.6.7 so it's a 4.0.x regression (did not have 4.0.0 to test but I suspect it was buggy too)
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Build ID: e1a77d0affef507d597e7dceb5514073658332df
CPU threads: 4; OS: Windows 6.3; UI render: default;
TinderBox: Win-x86@42, Branch:master, Time: 2018-06-27_04:47:54
Locale: fi-FI (fi_FI); Calc: group threaded