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  1. Hi, I'm not sure if this qualifies as a bug or a feature request but when I import an SVG file that uses <symbol> tags Affinity seems to ignore the width and height attributes of each <use> element so all instances of the symbol are imported at the wrong size. At least with the file I'm trying to work with. I've attached an example here where you can see what's happening. Not only are the icons too big, they're all the same size (e.g. some mountain icons should be smaller than others.) The positioning seems to be off as well but I have a hard time telling if that's not just because of the size/transformation anchor point. Does anyone know of a quick fix for this? Can I reformat this SVG so that Affinity can read it properly? Cheers, Mark P.S. It would be an absolute joy if Affinity could import the symbols in an SVG file as Affinity symbols for easy editing. Roryia 2021-05-25-13-08 (imported into Affinity).afdesign Roryia 2021-05-25-13-08.svg
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