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Software generated .png shown instead of .svg itself shows hidden image elements
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Author: RainerBielefeldNG

On a.m. URL you find an image 'Astronav3.svg', replaced by '594px-Astronav3.svg.png'

In the image you find thin grey lines crossing the geocentre vertically and
horizontally as a kind of coordinate system. I drew these 2 lines as guide lines
for my construction, but marked the layer as "do not show / print" (in OOo
2.0.1), and in the original .svg view on
'', for my
"Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; de-AT; rv: Gecko/20060130
SeaMonkey/1.0" the lines are invisible, as it should be.
But: IE6 (with adobe SVG viewer) also shows the lines. So I am not sure whether
this is a bug in Mediawiki-Software, OOo or Seamonkey.

Version: unspecified
Severity: minor
OS: Windows XP
Platform: PC



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RainerBielefeldNG wrote:

screenshots showing differences between .svg-view and .png-view


screenshots.png (1×846 px, 110 KB)

Renders correctly with librsvg 2.14.0, upgrade will fix this.

Ok, action=purge can now be used on an image page to force images to rerender.
(Be careful about caching; make sure it reloads the new image!)