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  1. That's great to hear! Thanks for your help!
  2. Interesting. In Illustrator, if the stroke align is center, then the stroke attribute is added to the <path> tag. If either of the two remaining stroke alignments are chosen, it outlines the stroke and uses a minimum of points for each path when exporting to SVG. I wonder if this behavior can be added to Designer. As of now, I will need to continue working in Adobe Illustrator for SVG pieces. :(
  3. jdoli: Thanks for the response. The steps I followed: Open the file twitter_icon.afdesign From the menu: File > Export... Select SVG icon Select preset SVG (for web) Click export Mike
  4. When exporting a vector image to SVG, Designer appears to add hundreds of points to a path that aren't there when editing, causing the exported file to balloon many times the size as one exported from illustrator. For example, the Twitter logo contains 20 points on the path in Designer, but after exporting as a SVG it balloons to 1,554 points! Is there anyway to tell Designer to not add points, and to respect the original layout? This is holding me back from dumping Adobe Illustrator completely, so any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Mike

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