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I created a simple text to test whether, upon SVG export, the text is converted to curves as requested (it does, thanks) and I assigned it a radial color gradient. I chose the SVG for web preset.

 

The text consisted of just three characters and an exclamation point (see Aha!.afdesign ). It converted it properly to four separate paths. It, however, created four separate SVG radialGradients, one for each of the characters. All four were identical. There should only have been one radialGradient, which should have the been assigned to each path.

 

Here is the SVG it created: Aha!.svg

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I've your select all the letters in the Layers Panel and then the Gradient Tool you will be able to edit the gradient across all letters.

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Leigh, it is the SVG code that is produced that is the issue, not the ability to edit the gradient across all 4 characters at once.

 

The code for the gradient repeats for each character when it shouldn't--it should just modify where the single gradient code starts/ends for each character. This is how other applications deal with it. This makes the code more compact.


My computer is a nothing-special Toshiba laptop with unremarkable specs running Windows 10 64-bit.

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