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1. Exporting rectangle with radius or circle to SVG, produces path element and not rect/circle with their's attributes. This, in case of multiple objects, creates a lot of unnecessary code = bigger size & heavier load & also a file, that has lost compatibility with (any) software, to edit afterwards. 2. I would also appreciate some support for adding "classes". Just to have some checkbox in SVG export panel like: Treat same layer names as "class" instead of "id" So as no to add numbers, if there are layers with the same name, but it would convert "id" export tag into "class". If the layer name would contain more words, it would add multiple classes. This would be a great help in creating SVGs that could be manipulated. Maybe also possibility to check on/off "ids" would be nice. Or even better would be to have just option for typing it into layer name such as "#idname .class1 .class2" and SVG exporter would handle the rest. 3. Last one would be to have a look at gradients. When there is one and the same gradient, it creates multiple <linearGradient> instances in <def> since it adds also longer gradientTransform attributes. I do understand, that Affinity uses specific coordinates for this (matrix), since gradient can be positioned outside of the object, but if not, and gradient tool is inside the edges of the object, this could be exported as a can be seen in reference manual on mozilla or example on this tool, just with x1/y1/x2/y2/rotation (etc. depending on gradient type used as can be seen in the tool mentioned). This would also make code more easier to read & edit & also more compatible. Thank you!