Yes that leaf is a bit heavy. Tried uploading a zoomed in copy to ocal if they could render a larger resolution to no avail.
Tried exporting to png the same thing at the same size -inkscape shut down after making an 1 kb large png...
Now trying to export at half the size.
Ocal rendered a 800 px wide version -of the 2400 px image- though:
Regarding image size -doesn't the forum resize the larger images to a certain width?
This forum at least, the other topic
acts a bit inconsistent.
Like, if you click on an image that has a link embedded, then it switches to its original size.
-for that matter inkscape.org's gallery displays the svg once you click the svg's thumbnail in the same frame (?) so it'd result in an instant hanging and/or if image had off spec features such as the gradient mesh, the browser wouldn't display a good rendering.
Openclipart rasterizes svg-s upon url query -if you edit the 2400 px from their thumbnails theoretically you can get to the preferred size.
Have contacted Magirly about that, to share some details, no answer yet.
Like it could take heavy resources from them if the size is too large, don't know if there is a query size limit.
By default they make at least three sizes, one in 90, 800 and 2400 px widths.
For example, here is the corresponding part you can edit:
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On my blog
I embed images at 800 px width, which also fits well with forums on the screen I'm using (1366px6768 px). What sizes would you prefer?