Steps to reproduce:
- open a new writer document
- insert the following image
=> the image is not displayed correctly: in the bottom panel, the blue curve is missing.
On pc Debian x86-64 with 5.0.4 LO Debian package, I don't reproduce this.
FYI, you must distinguish insert SVG image and open SVG. There's some discussion and work about it but you must know that technical background is different for these 2 actions.
Do you confirm you used "menu Insert" then "Image"?
If yes, would it be possible you give a try to brand new 5.0.4?
Finally, could you provide env? (Windows, Linux, MacOs)
Yes, I did use "insert" menu.
It is strange that you cannot reproduce, since I have the same configuration: debian jessie x86-64, LO 5.0.4.
Unconfirmed with v126.96.36.199 under ubuntu 14.04 x64.
Unconfirmed with v188.8.131.52 under windows 10 x64.
Seems already been fixed. Can you download 5.0.4 and re-test ?
Created attachment 121665 [details]
the svg image as it appears in LO 5.0.4
Actually, it depends on the zoom level.
It shows up with a zoom level of 150% but not with a zoom level of 100%.
So it is probably another manifestation of bug 87969.
Created attachment 121666 [details]
screenshot 184.108.40.206 (LO Debian testing package)
I also removed my LO directory profile so LO creates a brand new one.
It's not on the screenshot but zoom is 100%
Are you on Gnome? Kde? other?
I use a kindda mix of XFCE + Gnome
I meant that _the bug_ shows up with a zoom level of 150%, that is the line does not show up with this zoom level.
I use gnome.
(In reply to Frederic Parrenin from comment #7)
> I meant that _the bug_ shows up with a zoom level of 150%, that is the line
> does not show up with this zoom level.
> I use gnome.
Oups, sorry! I could reproduce the problem and indeed it seems a dup of tdf#87969.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 87969 ***