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Cannot drop multiple SVG images into Repeat Grid, only first image is repeated

Community Beginner ,
Dec 21, 2022 Dec 21, 2022

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Dropping multiple SVG files into a Repeating Grid always repeats just the first image. The others files are ignored. This works for PNG files without issue. Text also repeats as expected. It is only SVG files that do not repeat. I've tried many different things and cannot get multiple SVG files to appear in a Repeat Grid. What I did: Created a simple Repeat Grid by drawing one box, enabled Repeat Grid, and expanded it to eight boxes. I then selected eight SVG images on my hard drive in Windows Explorer and dragged them all onto the Repeat Grid. Each time I try this, only the first image in the group is repeated, as if I selected only ONE image. There is nothing special about the SVG files. Simple little images exported from Illustrator. This feels like a bug. I couldn't find any documentation indicating that Repeat Grid does not support SVG files. I'm running XD version 55.2.12.2 on Windows 11.

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Dec 21, 2022 Dec 21, 2022

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I just found this issue which appears to be the same. Was this supposedly fixed?
https://community.adobe.com/t5/adobe-xd-discussions/unable-to-use-repeat-grid-with-svgs-in-adobe-xd/...

 

As stated above, I am not using a component, just a simple box that I enabled Repeat Grid for. This problem only happens with SVG files so far. Thanks.

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