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    Brennan Young commented  · 

    More control over SVG export would be very, very welcome.

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    Brennan Young commented  · 

    Very good catch!

    I encountered this problem too with class names. I just added a comment to my bug report mentioning yours. I am fairly sure this is a duplicate, although the symptoms are slightly different. Still, the title of your bug report is closer to the 'truth' of the matter.

    What I caught (and missing from the report above) is that this issue pertains specifically to path elements. Not (e.g.) rect, circle, polygon... There might be other points of failure but certainly path import is borked here.

    In one line, the issue appears to be: SVG import fails to import css rules for path elements with class/id identifiers containing underscores.

    The good thing is, there's a workaround for today: Simply don't use underscores in class/id identifiers. But it's still Adobe's bug to fix.

    FYI the title of my bug report is "Imported SVG path elements - always black fill".

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    Brennan Young commented  · 

    More info on this issue.

    It seems to be because the class name I added manually has an underscore in it. I can confirm that Illustrator imports the fill correctly if I remove the underscore from the class name.

    A possibly duplicate issue was reported by Gust van de Wal in November 2018 under the title "Underscores in SVG id attributes won't get their CSS styles applied". That issue refers only to Ids, but apparently this is a more general problem with CSS identifiers not being handled properly.

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