Created attachment 119701 [details]
SVG as it should be vs as shown by LibreOffice
Inserting SVG images in documents is not displayed correctly:
Open a blank document,
Insert a svg by dragging or any other method.
How it should behave:
- Display the SVG image as per the SVG standard
How it is displayed:
- The svg image is something similar to what it should be, but nothing exact or correct.
SVG is one of the most important format, used for logos, diagrams, etc..
IMHO, it is the third most important feature after writing and saving the document.
Please attach SVG file.
Created attachment 119702 [details]
logo to test.
image used for the test
Confirmed with v18.104.22.168 under windows 7 x64.
It affects multiple components, not just writer. Strangely enough when using writer there's a border around the image, which doesn't happen in calc/draw/impress.
Both insert and open filtering mishandles the simple Inkscape derived SVG. No improvement if the SVG is changed to SVG plain rather than Inkscape native.
svg-filters are not yet implemented. That is a missing feature.
> svg-filters are not yet implemented
It is not only a mater of the shadow, it seem like converted to a low polygonal shape.
I could leave without filters and/or convert shadow into gradients. But the low fidelity of the rendering is a block for decent documents.
Migrating Whiteboard tags to Keywords: (filter:svgOpen, filter:svgInsert)
(In reply to Adrian Maire from comment #6)
> > svg-filters are not yet implemented
> It is not only a mater of the shadow, it seem like converted to a low
> polygonal shape.
> I could leave without filters and/or convert shadow into gradients. But the
> low fidelity of the rendering is a block for decent documents.
in LO 22.214.171.124.alpha0+ (x64) the curves are smooth, even with max zoom level
The fix could also be available in latest 5.0 or 5.1 tree
still repro in 6.1 beta 2
Also reproduced in
Build ID: c15927f20d4727c3b8de68497b6949e72f9e6e9e