Created attachment 108020 [details]
Comparison of tux renderings
Might be related to bug #36511, which has been closed quite some time ago, the example tux.svg attached there can also be used to test it.
Files to test with:
* Tux image attachment from bug #36511 - https://bugs.freedesktop.org/attachment.cgi?id=45972
* Public domain image from clker.com - http://www.clker.com/cliparts/8/R/o/K/R/L/hello-world-in-several-languages.svg
Steps to reproduce:
1. Open one of the images in Libreoffice Draw using Open and selecting the SVG to open
2. Create a New Drawing from LO Draw (will open a new window) and drag the SVG file into it to embed it
3. Compare the contents of the two windows (attached a screenshot with tux compared)
Expected: the two windows should mostly look the same( except for the margin lines drawn on the new document, and the image rendered with its original size inside a standard page in the new document and filling the page with a custom size in the SVG)
What happens instead: the gradients (tux image uses radial, the other one uses linear gradient) are not displayed correctly, but shown as black areas when opened as SVG, but are displayed correctly when embedding the SVG image in a document/drawing.
Created attachment 108021 [details]
Comparison of tux renderings
Reattached comparison image with manually set mimetype.
Reproducible with LO 188.8.131.52 (Win 8.1)
1. Download the tux image from bug 36511
2. Open DRAW
3. Go to FILE -> OPEN and select the downloaded image file to open it
4. Open a new drawing in DRAW through FILE -> NEW
5. Place the Windows Explorer and the new empty drawing in DRAW next to each other
6. Select the tux image file in the Windows Explorer and drag it from there to the new empty drawing
See the by Robert attached file.
The two actions use different filters--they function and behave differently. The "drag n drop" (equally an menu action Insert -> Image) action having the more complete filter implementation as compared to the Draw file open (or Import) filter.
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don't repro in LO Draw 6.1 beta 2
status -> WFM