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Windows 10 Home 1903, Photo 22.214.171.1244 and Designer 126.96.36.1994. As part of an experiment I (fairly randomly) found an SVG https://pixabay.com/vectors/car-black-vehicle-transport-travel-311713/ that I wanted to use but upon opening it in Photo and Designer (haven’t bothered trying Publisher) I see that it hasn’t been imported correctly. A lot of the detail is missing and there are bigger issues – see attached snapshots from Designer and Photo. It’s not a big problem for me as I can use the raster version instead but I thought I’d mention it so someone can look into it (there’s a chance that the original SVG is to blame so it might not be an Affinity problem).
I have a largish (178MB) but not particularly complex .svg file created from scratch in Inkscape. When I open it in the current version of Designer 188.8.131.524 - the colours don't come across well and need editing. A lot seem to be not showing a colour at all. Otherwise all the layers and paths seem good. It opens cleanly (albeit quite a bit slower in Chrome). Tried with Illustrator CS2 which tried to open it for half an hour then gave up saying the file was invalid. Windows 10 Professional with 1903 update applied. Intel Core i5 3470, 16GB RAM, SSD hard drives. File is too big to post here, so here's a link to it on Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8YVa1u3sMvuVEE2TlNKbFEtT2c This is a .pdf of what it should look like: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8YVa1u3sMvuNnFNbnpzU19wdDg Very impressed with the speed of Designer - switching from old version of Indesign coupled with GIMP and Inkscape. Now have purchased all three Affinity programs having used Publisher beta a bit. This import issue is an irritation - thought I'd raise it here as it may help others. Understand the situation with .idml and .xcf import and can live with those - however .idml import will be very useful when it comes.
Hello, As a dataviz designer I often create the base of my works with SVGs on the web, so I can program the visual elements to be based on the data, then to import them into a vector tool for other adjustments. I've noticed that Affinity Designer doesn't import any SVG linearGradient / radialGradient nor patterns, which I do often use, so for now I can't rely solely on Affinity Designer sadly enough. (I copy the SVG element from the "Elements" section from the devTools in Chrome) I've attached a document that shows the import of the link below. All the inner curves that have a gradient in the online version are invisible (have no fill) in the import: https://bl.ocks.org/nbremer/raw/4de6f0a9d9d06373fc639e32e9c346cc/ For a radial gradient, you can try this: https://bl.ocks.org/nbremer/raw/e944485869ac8fd57413a158e9d8aae0/ which results in a no-fill circle being placed in Affinity Designer For pattern examples, you can try the following links that all are imported seemingly remaining invisible: https://bl.ocks.org/veltman/raw/57fbb830ba7e62caa46a82891168bc29/ https://bl.ocks.org/1wheel/raw/a8f39c8a96b71735488bf280d34bd765/ https://bl.ocks.org/veltman/raw/50a350e86de82278ffb2df248499d3e2/ I'm using Affinity Designer 1.7.1 on macOS Thank you! SVG_import_No_gradients.afdesign