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over 7 years ago from Matthew Blode, Designer & Front-end Developer

  • Adrian Diaconu, over 7 years ago

    Hi Michal, having solid SVG support was an important focus for iDraw, and continues to be in Autodesk Graphic. Exported SVGs are structured efficiently to be small and so they can easily be hand-edited if needed. Effects like shadows and glows are exported using SVG filters, for example. Graphic can also import the vast majority of SVGs created by other applications, and supports SVG features like patterns, markers, CSS styling, etc.

    Workflows are also important, with shortcuts like 'Copy as SVG', and in 3.0 you can now paste copied SVG code directly as editable vector objects or drag & drop an SVG file onto the canvas to quickly import it into a design. Slices and the 'Export Layers...' command can be used to quickly export multiple files at once, including SVGs.

    If there are any features or improvements you'd like to see, let us know. We're focused on making Graphic a truly great tool for designers, and we're listening to feedback and suggestions.

    Adrian Diaconu - Product Manager of Graphic, Founder of Indeeo

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