Sorry for the stupid question:
What exactly is the effect of activating or deactivating the "SVG documents" option in the rules?
You have now activated "SVG documents" in the settings of Minim as a "first-party-rule" by default (in contrast to v4.x), which seems plausible to me, since SVG documents probably do not pose a higher risk or potential interference than any other XML-based files.
But even if you block SVG documents, SVG images (as before) are still displayed, as long as at least images are activated.
That's why I don't quite understand what exactly you can block or allow with this option "SVG documents" (which wouldn't already be allowed by "images")?
to be honest,
I haven't tested svg documents thoroughly (at least not recently)
but it is a valid defined type:
The default blocklist is a remnant of when I first made Minim, and was envisioning it as more of a media blocker - for low bandwidth situations...
svg documents weren't blocked by default in v4, as there was a bug in the way Minim was parsing the default list.