The URL points to a svg that triggers this warning.
This bug might already exist in the bugzilla list, but could not find where...
Created attachment 4227 [details]
Reduced test case.
the use of <symbol> seems to be related. This test might not be fully reduced
Created attachment 4234 [details]
Another reduced test case
This test case also triggers the warning.
If you add a viewBox attribute to the symbol element, the warning disappears .
For example :
<symbol id="coniferous" viewBox="0 0 100 50">
The warning comes from
The viewBox attribute is not compulsory (I think), but the parseViewBox method
is always called. This should be modified.
Ah, forgot something.
If you add the viewBox attribute like I said before, the warning disappears, but the <use> element is not
rendered anymore ...
Created attachment 4299 [details]
Comment on attachment 4299 [details]
I'm not sure I really like this "dummy" (hack) SVG element for use, but at
least this patch fixes the hack.
It seems there is still a problem with the reduced testcase.
My suspicion, aspect ratio is not correctly handled!
I'll look at it tonight, unless someone beats me to it :)