Shapes referenced by text path and shape-inside should ignore any transformation of their parents. When the shapes are loaded from SVG, they have the absolute transformation baked in. In order to get the transform we need, we invert the transform of a shape's parent and combine it with the shape's own absolute transform.
- Try importing https://bugs.kde.org/attachment.cgi?id=160494 using different dpi (e.g. 72, 300).
- Try importing text-shape-path-test.svg using different dpi
The text-on-path in these files should look the same as in Inkscape. The text-in-shape in the second file should also look similar as in Inkscape, but not exactly due to some differences in line positioning.
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