GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 574544
Text coming out wrong size when SVG scaled to funny resolution
Last modified: 2017-12-13 17:35:50 UTC
Please describe the problem:
Problem first noticed on the Wikipedia. When an SVG was scaled down, the text came out disproportionately small.
Steps to reproduce:
I have created a small example, and will attach it to this report.
Render test_bad.svg at full-size and then scale it down to 50%.
rsvg test_bad.svg test_bad_full.png
convert test_bad_full.png -scale 50% test_bad_full.png
Render test_bad.svg at half-size:
rsvg -h325 test_bad.svg test_bad_half.png
The text is too small in the one that was rendered by rsvg at half-size.
The text be the same size.
Does this happen every time?
Created attachment 130275 [details]
Small test case
Just to add that if you take away the <path> element, the text scales properly. (See test_ok.svg)
I could not that reproduce.
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