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    Benjamin Friedrich commented  · 

    P.S.

    I had a typo in my previous comment from July 15th, sorry for that:
    "- work flow 1: one-way import from SVG, all subsequent editing will be done in ILLUSTRATOR:
    try to convert most of Inkscapes primitives, strip of annotations"
    My group (would like to) use both work flow 1 and 2.

    Best Ben

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    Benjamin Friedrich commented  · 

    Dear Dirk,

    Thanks for your detailed answer.
    For users it is always confusing if essentially different file formats (here "SVG compatible fallback" and "InkScape enriched SVG ") have the file ending ("svg").

    Illustrator could offer different import/export options for these different versions of SVG.
    I wish developers would pay more attention to the fact that users do not use one single monolithic application to get a job done: I am importing SVGs from Matlab, mathematica, codecogs, ... into Illustrator, collaborate with colleagues using only InkScape, to create one single figure in the end. Import/export is crucial.

    Best wishes
    Benjamin

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    Benjamin Friedrich commented  · 

    The import of eps-files created in other programs (e.g. Matlab) is slow: opening a file of 10 kb can take 10-30 seconds. Why?

    I am using AI CC 22.1.

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