In the case Glrx described (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Apollonian_gasket_symmetrical_3.svg), the SVG was not huge, but overly complex as SVG filters were applied to over 4000 elements. Nevertheless, the current error message is misleading.
Jun 23 2019
Apr 2 2018
Thanks, @Aklapper. Sorry about the typo; the correct URL is https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Rhombic_triacontahedron_box.stl .
I'm unsure if this is the right place to ask this; I wonder if you could point me to the relevant person(s) about a possible bug in the Wikimedia model viewer. I'd posted the following on the Computer help-desk but didn't get any replies:
Nov 17 2016
Linked to the 2016 Community Wishlist Survey
Jul 2 2016
+1 agree with MartinK.
Jun 30 2016
There are SVG files on Commons from many years ago. They bypassed the newer security rules by virtue of existing before they did. The vast majority of files probably would pass the new rules, but…
I'm unconvinced that showing the SVG in a div, iframe or frame will reduce security, as
- The user already has the ability to view it using the "Original file" link, and
- The file has been checked during upload.