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When exporting svg files for web all the styles are inline per element, which unnecessarily increases file size and customization difficulty. In general it would be very useful to define style rules as an independent dataset. While working with the document changing a property of a style rule (class) would affect all elements assigned the respective class. Additionally, it would be extremely useful to add custom attributes to elements: data-custom-attr="whatever I want here" for web usage. Without these features supported, every modification to the svg file within Designer requires a lot of time-consuming manual correction post export.

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This will become easier for them to do when they get actual graphic styles that behave more like text styles rather than presets of graphic properties.

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48 minutes ago, sfriedberg said:

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This will become easier for them to do when they get actual graphic styles that behave more like text styles rather than presets of graphic properties.

Is graphic styles support in beta or on a roadmap?

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We won't know until Serif delivers.  They no longer publish a roadmap.  It definitely is a requested feature and there is a thread for it in (IIRC) the Feedback for Designer on Desktop forum.

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Another useful tool would limit the decimal places, reducing file size during export. Numbers with 7 decimal values is unnecessary data bloat for web.

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