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Don't want to interfere in any way with your fun, but if you had just encoded the arrowheads as simple ordinary triangles, instead of exploring the frontiers of "markers", then you could have had a working SVG file months ago... AnonMoos (talk) 03:00, 21 December 2012 (UTC)
- Of course markers are not forbidden in SVG files. But I noticed that your strategy of hand-coding marker code, and then not being 100% sure what's an RSVG bug and what's a coding bug, doesn't seem to be working for you. Yes, markers are supposed to save effort in some situations. But sometimes you have to realize that what should be theoretically supposed to be reducing work is in actuality increasing work, and cut your losses. The following simple SVG file shows a slanted line with arrowhead, and will render without any problems: AnonMoos (talk) 17:13, 21 December 2012 (UTC)
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?> <svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="600" height="600" viewBox="0 0 600 600"><g transform="rotate(-30)"> <path stroke-width="16" stroke="#000000" fill="none" d="M-100,400h400"/> <path d="M280,430L355,400L280,370Z"/></g></svg>