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General Discussion

Did the default SVG options change with the upgrade to adobe illustrator CC 2015

I am using illustrator to make font icons which I upload as SVG's to iconmoon. I have done this successfully for 130+ icons - until today when I upgraded illustrator to 2015. I believe the default options panel may have changed and I don't remember if I had set anything different prior. I re-watched the video here on treehouse and i noticed that Mat's options panel says "Adobe.." something for fonts type. I only get "SVG" or "convert to outline" for those options now. There are also different options if you click the "more options" button.

The svg file that I am trying to create just returns a blank canvas for me now.

Any one else run into this?

Thanks! Jason

1 Answer

In case anyone else has this problem, apparently this is a bug in 2015. It only happens when you try to save out an art board as a svg. If you have multiple art boards, you'll have to copy/paste each one into its own file and save that as a svg.