Last modified: 2005-10-10 19:00:34 UTC
rsvg does not seem to scale the dash-pattern of lines, so the gaps become larger
(in relation to the rest of the image) if the image is rendered to a lower
resolution. I have tested Image:Hypercardioidpattern.svg with other renderers
(sodipode, adobe plugin, ImageMagick), which seem all to scale the dash pattern
with the rest of the image (although some screw up other aspects of the rendering).
Added some demo thumbs on the talk page, changed URL on bug to point to those.
I'd recommend reporting this also at http://bugzilla.gnome.org/ (product 'librsvg');
post the bug number here for reference.
I have filed this as bug 316614 in the gnome project's bugzilla:
Resolving as INVALID, upstream issue.
FYI: the bug has been confirmed by the Gnome people and marked as FIXED IN HEAD.
Here's the quote:
> Everything works fine with the cairo backend in HEAD. I don't think we will ever
> fix this for libart though.
So, we'll have to live with this for now, or switch to batik.