SVG: scaling if no width/height is given
Armin Le Grand
Armin.Le.Grand at me.com
Wed Jun 19 04:22:11 PDT 2013
On 18.06.2013 21:09, Christina Roßmanith wrote:
you have found the developer of the SVG import, congrats ;-). Sure I am
willing to help and always interested in bug reports for my importer; I
have fixed some in the last days anyways.
To do so, I would need a bug report on the Apache AOO bugtracker,
containing the needed description, evtl. test files and
suggestions/patches. Please provide this here
I am developing for the public good at apache, so this will then be
available for everyone, including LO (see my blog here:
other way round you will prevent 50mio others to profit from your work.
> the problem described here ->
> https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=64125 is caused by a
> missing width and height attribute of the SVG given as an example. So,
> what would we expect given a ViewBox attribute when importing a graphic?
> What I'd expect is that the aspect ratio is kept and a reasonable
> scaling is applied in order to fill a page, table cell or whatever.
> And that the little green squares (handles?) behave like a bounding
> box for the graphic content. Is that correct?
> What I've achieved so far is the correct scaling. What I'm looking for
> is where the total size of the graphic is still determined wrong (see
> attached screenshot) -> little green squares are more like DIN A4 than
> the ViewBox size.
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