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Illustrator - Buggy SVG rendering

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Nov 06, 2020

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When I save an SVG "Save file > SVG" a shifted path comes out at the end. See pictures.
Did I set something wrong? I want to use the SVG for the web.
I had reduced all surfaces to one layer, so there must be something wrong with the setting.

 

in Illustrator: --> ok

Bildschirmfoto 2020-11-06 um 11.28.13.png

 

result: (save as SVG)  --> not ok

Bildschirmfoto 2020-11-06 um 11.28.21.png

 



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Illustrator - Buggy SVG rendering

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When I save an SVG "Save file > SVG" a shifted path comes out at the end. See pictures.
Did I set something wrong? I want to use the SVG for the web.
I had reduced all surfaces to one layer, so there must be something wrong with the setting.

 

in Illustrator: --> ok

Bildschirmfoto 2020-11-06 um 11.28.13.png

 

result: (save as SVG)  --> not ok

Bildschirmfoto 2020-11-06 um 11.28.21.png

 



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1) Are these strokes or filled paths (areas) ?

 

2) What is your value for the coordinate precision?


3) Does it make any difference if you use "Export as SVG" or "Export for Screens as SVG" instead of just "Save As"?

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Thank you for your answer

1.) paths. For web you have to convert it in paths, otherwise, there will be some display errors - I have to convert the SVGs in to inline SVG. So the SVG has to be flattened and very clean.

2.) I'm not sure what this means. the SVG is 24px x 24px

3.) Up to now I had always saved all SVGs with "Save as", because these problems always occurred with the export.
Now the export suddenly worked much better. The problems do not occur. The SVG is also a bit tidier as inline SVG.
I will keep this in mind.

Thank you very much, the questions had brought me to a solution! 🙂

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So, obvuisly it didn't work again. There are still artefacts in the rendered SVG. It doesn't mater wich Option I use "Export" order "Save as"

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