somehow the colours of my file are not displayed as wanted when I change the file type from png to svg.
Maybe someone can tell me how to solve this?
Can you elaborate a little more on what you are doing…
I just created this layer in photoshop and want to export as .. and then I select .svg And I see it in the preview changing colours. I don't know why. When I click to png it is normal. when I change it back to svg its wrong.
I can reproduce the issue.
There might be a legitimate bug …
I posted it 1 month ago and no one replied...
I reported it now once again, but I have to say I am really disappointed by Adobe's "service".
When you report a bug, it goes into Adobe's system. Some surprises
1. Adobe count the votes on bug reports to decide whether to take action.
2. Adobe do NOT contact the people who report bugs to confirm them, reject them, or do anything
3. There may be 2-3 bug fixes in a year, you can expect maybe 4 months to wait even if your bug is accepted immediately.
4. Other changes are only done for new versions, only once per year.
So don't sit waiting for fixes, find another way to work in the mean time.
»2. Adobe do NOT contact the people who report bugs to confirm them, reject them, or do anything«
A Bug Report can be marked as »Acknowledged« and sometimes Adobe employees do post on the threads if they can reproduce an issue or need clarification.
Edit: Seems I am experiencing Forum problems …
Sorry, double post.
Edit: As a workaround one could Convert to Shape and split the Shape Layer into the two color-elements.
Can you show me how to do this?
Do you convert the layer to smart object from 1. to 2. picture? I don't really know what you do there 😞
Type > Convert to Shape
Okay thank you for that! Somehow I can not change the colour then when I select it. Do you use the filling tool for that?
No, a Shape Layer are essentially Solid Color Layer with a Vector Mask so double-click its icon in the Layers Panel and the Color Pixker should be opened.
Can you tell me what did you click after the 3rd picture? I couldn't find anything about this on the web :-X
Select the subPathItems the Layer dioes not need (with the Direct Selection Tool (A) for example) and delete them.
Changing one of the RGB values of the last »e« by one value seems to provide a work-around for the issue.
Can you tell me how to do this?
It is a crude work-around but I have not been able to figure out which exact combination on colors on letters causes the issue.
Like I said this looks like a proper bug to me …
Okay thank you. And would you be so nice to show me how to do the other workaround with the shapes? I tried it but couldn't change the colours when I clicked on convert to shape. It was all green then.