None of the file managers previews svg files. Any help? Please?
That’s strange, tumbleweed here has svg viewer.
Got to yast2 ans type in the search “svg”
Post what’s is installed on your machine.
What is the DE you are using.
Mine has this:
| gdk-pixbuf-loader-rsvg - A gdk-pixbuf loader for SVG using librsvg| |---| This package contains a library to render SVG (scalable vector graphics) data. This format has been specified by the W3C (see http://www.w3c.org). This package provides a librsvg-based gdk-pixbuf loader.
|libQt5Svg5 - Qt 5 SVG Library| |---| The Qt SVG module provides functionality for displaying SVG images as a widget, and to create SVG files using drawing commands.
Elibrsvg-2-2 - A Library for Rendering SVG Data This package contains a library to render SVG (scalable vector graphics) data. This format has been specified by the W3C (see http://www.w3c.org).
and three other packages more related to svg
Wrong insertion of code
Thanks for your answer
I’ve just installed Dolphin and it has svg previews. I am using Gnome Mate and neither Caja, Nemo nor Gnome Files (Nautilus) can preview SVG files.
Ok. I obviously had to install wxsvg and svgpart needed upadating. Now it’s ok, I have svg previews
That’s rather vague, which DE are you using, which file managers have you tried?
Running KDE, SVG Previews work in Dolphin… https://paste.opensuse.org/view/raw/068c4c79
Edit: OK - I see it’s solved now…