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From using Designer, I don't think so. While some of the .svg filter elements appear to be similar to AD's features, it seems to me AD can do many things not supported by the .svg standard unless the image is converted to a bitmap. For instance, while a gaussian blur fx might be translated to an .svg gaussian blur filter, what good would that do if there was something like a vibrance adjustment layer sitting over the blurred item?


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I really wish it did. It's a great tool for generating web assets other than this issue. I disable the layer effects, export and then manually add SVG filters to the exported SVG¬¬

 

I'd be happy even if I had to add code within AD or if SVG filters were separate and less capable than Layer effects. I just want a nice end to end workflow, exporting all assets with one action whenever I make changes.

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