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  1. I define a collection of 8 gradients in SVG and refer to the last four of them in rectangular forms. Rather than displaying the last four when I load the SVG, Designer V2 fills the rectangles with the first four declared, even though none of them are selected as fill in the rect specs. (See foo2.svg). If I move the latter four definitions to the front of the others in the SVG file, the correct gradients appear. (See foo.svg) If I rotate the fifth declared gradient to the first in the declaration order (still referring to it by its gradient5 name), it is the one displayed for fill gradient5, but the second, third, and fourth (gradient2, gradient3, gradient4) are displayed rather than the specified (gradient6, gradient7, gradient8) (See foo3.svg). Neither Microsoft Edge nor GIMP exhibit this bizarre behavior. Obviously a bug. Running Windows 10 Pro on AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 975 Processor As usual, I'm unable to upload screenshots to this form (using Chrome) and have to start over with the report if I try. Larry foo2.svg foo3.svg foo.svg
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