There was a problem import svg to XD file

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Jul 29, 2020 Jul 29, 2020

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There was a problem, not able to import any SVG file to XD. I am using window 10 - It becomes very hard to work with XD - In our organization, we have more than 10 people using XD adobe - our work-life become tough to create simple SVG - usually we will use flaticon or client svg files. Please help us to fix this issue

 

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New Here , Aug 10, 2022 Aug 10, 2022

Hi @ulagan52512284 . We just had the same problem in our office. Windows 10, Adobe XD, importing SVG files from fontawesome did not work. After rebooting/trying other SVGs/doing all that was recommended in the linked document (w3c svg check, etc) we found the following solution:

 

Copy the svg file to a local windows folder.

 

The problem, here was, the svg file was on a network drive.

 

The problem and solution and underlying reason evade us.

 

kind regards

Kerstin and Leo

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I had similar problem while downloading icons without logging in and importing it to svg. Once i logged in to that webpage, everything went fine. I refer either font awesome or nounproject to pick the icons. So, i advice you to try that way out.

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Hi @ulagan52512284 . We just had the same problem in our office. Windows 10, Adobe XD, importing SVG files from fontawesome did not work. After rebooting/trying other SVGs/doing all that was recommended in the linked document (w3c svg check, etc) we found the following solution:

 

Copy the svg file to a local windows folder.

 

The problem, here was, the svg file was on a network drive.

 

The problem and solution and underlying reason evade us.

 

kind regards

Kerstin and Leo

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