Inkscape - how to make a small SVG that occupies the whole screen?

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This question is mainly directed towards @LordVoldy (because he says he's using InkScape a lot) but anyone else who knows may answer too.

Take a look at this image: its size reads to be 73x22 pixels and yet when you open it in nomacs or almost any other program for viewing images, it's occupying almost the whole screen.

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So, my question is - how do you make such a small SVG image that it would occupy the most of the screen when you open it with programs like nomacs?


I tried following some instructions I found on the internet using this image:
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but the result looked like I have resized the image by simply entering larger numbers in Pinta or KolourPaint, meaning that it became like this:
 

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I can't view the images due to some kind of error. Might be due to the security settings of my LibreWolf web browser. Instead, I see this:
"Imgur is temporarily over capacity. Please try again later."
I don't use an app image for Inkscape. I install the package through Flathub. It may be your desktop environment that's affecting it. I'm using Linux Mint Cinnamon edition with the Cinnamon desktop enviornment which is a fork of GNOME 3.

My systems default image viewer is XViewer
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