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  1. Create a square with rounded corners, and ensure it has a Stroke to Center. Duplicate it and set the Stroke to Inside. Create a third copy with Stroke to Outside. Export all 3 to SVG. Import the SVG. Result… Original shape is defined by a single path which has 8 nodes. The other two copies are defined as a shape (the stroke has been expanded) and each has ~3000 nodes. Question… Is this the expected behaviour?
  2. When a file that contains curved shapes with a inside or outside aligned stroke is exported to PDF or SVG the strokes will be converted to an unacceptably high number of anchor points. See attached. Test.afdesign Test.pdf Test.svg
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