Ok, I've a very strange Inkscape behaviour in Ubuntu 6.06, so I'm going to describe it in some detail:
I've created a graph in python using matplotlib and saved it as an svg. However, when I open it in inkscape only the axes of the graph are displayed and not the data. Both the axes and the data points should be black. However, when I ungroup everything, I can see the bounding boxes of the data points, but I can't see the ellipses that make up of the data points (it's as if they have no fill). I can select one, try to fill it, shift it to the front, make sure the opacity is set, but it remains stubbornly invisible. If I select one it says "Ellipse 26" on the status bar, but it has no visible nodes when I try to edit it with the node tool.
Now here's the weird part: If I open the same file with the windows version of Inkscape, everything is visible as it should be. Also if I export the file to EPS (using Ubuntu inkscape) the graph data points become visible again.
Can anyone help me? Please! Or is this just a bug
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