GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 351035
big, unwanted text fragments in rendered image
Last modified: 2006-08-23 13:08:01 UTC
Please describe the problem:
I created an chemical structure with BKchem. Next I imported the BKchem-SVG-file into Inkscape and made further manipulations. The Inkscape-SVG-file is next rendered with Gimp. In the rendered image there are big, disturbing, unwanted textfragments. Like parts of a "Z" or a "2".
This also happens in the Wikimedia-Commons.
Steps to reproduce:
1a. Render the appended SVG-file with Gimp.
1b. Upload the SVG-file to the wikimedia-commons
I do not want to see these text fragments.
Does this happen every time?
There is a workaround for this bug: In Inkscape select the BKchem structure an ungroup it. Next transform the text into paths.
Created attachment 70770 [details]
This is the buggy SVG-file
If this file is rendered with Gimp or by the wikimedia-commons you see the disturbing fragments.
Created attachment 70771 [details]
This is the SVG file rendered with GIMP.
This Bug seems to be similar to the Bug 337979 (http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=337979).
Indeed, this is a duplicate of bug 337979. The file occasionally uses:
Thanks for the bug report.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 337979 ***