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  1. The SVG file of the Antarctic Treaty Flag is wrongly imported. I hope that the SVG file itself is correct (another program has problems with the file) but on the browser and Inkscape or GraphicConverter correctly visualise the flag. You can find the file here (; correctly rendered in my browser) or in the attachment. Regards, Hardy Flag_of_the_Antarctic_Treaty.svg
  2. After importing a simple SVG file in Designer, the flag of GB from Wikipedia is destroyed. Look at the missing red stripes. The svg opens fine in any mayor browser, but not in Affinity Designer. There's nothing strange or complex inside the svg, just some <path>s and a simple <clipPath>, so Designer should be able to open thisone without any problems. File in attachment is taken from this url on wikipedia: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/ae/Flag_of_the_United_Kingdom.svg Flag_of_the_United_Kingdom.svg And this is everything there is inside the svg: <svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" viewBox="0 0 60 30" width="1200" height="600"> <clipPath id="t"> <path d="M30,15 h30 v15 z v15 h-30 z h-30 v-15 z v-15 h30 z"/> </clipPath> <path d="M0,0 v30 h60 v-30 z" fill="#00247d"/> <path d="M0,0 L60,30 M60,0 L0,30" stroke="#fff" stroke-width="6"/> <path d="M0,0 L60,30 M60,0 L0,30" clip-path="url(#t)" stroke="#cf142b" stroke-width="4"/> <path d="M30,0 v30 M0,15 h60" stroke="#fff" stroke-width="10"/> <path d="M30,0 v30 M0,15 h60" stroke="#cf142b" stroke-width="6"/> </svg> Even Internet Explorer 9, which is stone age, 7,5 years old (!!), not supported by Microsoft and webdevelopers anymore, and the most problematic browser by far, can open this file without any problem. Please Affinity, fix these kind of things. This is basic stuff!!!
  3. Importing (Placing) SVG from https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soubor:GHS-pictogram-exclam.svgto a document in Designer 1.5.0 results in invisible object. Another similar SVGs with other GHS marks were imported fine to the very same document. I managed to import this problematic SVG by converting it to EMF in open source Inkscape and using the EMF instead. GHS-pictogram-exclam.svg
  4. Detlev Reiners

    SVG Import Bug

    Hi, there is a problem with the SVG Import belonging to the recognition of (SVG) groups as layers. It seems that <def>...</def> blocks in the SVG-data are misinterpreted. Attached you'll find two working SVG files for use with Illustrator respectively with CorelDraw. Is there a possibility to fix this issue? Also the contained symbols are not imported as symbols in Affinity Designer. Regards, Detlev corel.svg illustrator.svg
  5. It seems that Affinity Designer is rendering this SVG incorrectly: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/88/SriYantra.svg [Gathered from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:SriYantra.svg] It is not rendering the triangle or petals shapes as repeat patterns, nor is it rendering the colours correctly. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

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