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rosttyo wrote
Can this be forwarded to our marketing people to possibly use
      this for promotion?


Sure, but not clear what you are suggesting. LibreOffice's import of SVG has
been very good since at least the 3.3 builds and fidelity to standards when
editing imported SVG in Draw is still improving.

You may want to work a bit in a current LibreOffice build  with images from
the Open Clipart site. You'll find that ALL LibreOffice components will
correctly import and render the SVG to bitmap directly.  And  you'll find
that Draw can directly open for edit these SVGs with some loss of
format--mainly with transparency issues.

Admittedly it would be nice to natively work/save in SVG rather than using
export from Draw ODG. But, then I would probably be using the FOSS  Inkscape
<>  project if I were doing any substantive vector art
work as SVG.

So what is it you were suggesting that LiberOffice Marketing promote regards
this stale OpenOffice era blurb?


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