Sven Neumann wrote:

Chris Spencer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

If I import an SVG file, the GIMP doesn't seem to rasterize using the
correct resolution. No matter what resolution I specify, the layer
will be generated with the proper dimensions, but the SVG image
remains a fixed size regardless of the specified resolution.

For instance, say I import and image at 90 ppi and it gets
rasterized as 744x1052. Now if I import the image again into the
same file, but this time specify 300 ppi, it gets rasterized at
2480x3507, but the actual image in the new layer is the same size as
the previous import. Only the layer sizes are different.

Is this a bug or am I missing something? It's driving me crazy. I'm
using GIMP 2.2.10 on Fedora. Any help is appreciated.

Could be a bug in GIMP (or rather the SVG plug-in) or in librsvg.
Perhaps you can make the SVG available so that others can try if they
are able to reproduce your problem?

The problem's not specific to my SVG. Anything created with Inkscape (and therefore, probably SVG in general) is effected. It's almost like the "Resolution" field in the SVG Render dialog is simply being ignored.


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