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  1. Hi everyone, I'm just confused about exporting my file. I want to export my file as an SVG for others to edit but why when an SVG file is opened it becomes uneditable because it is an image. Whereas before it was in the form of a curve, can anyone help me?
  2. Whenever I export an SVG file to an application for the browser the SVG Comes out with a style on it (style = "fill-opacity: 0"). This makes it annoying because every time I make an SVG they always have this style on it. I have to go into the file and remove this style attribute to make it work every single time I make an SVG. Is there a way when exporting to not have it display this style attribute?
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