I’ve downloaded a .svg logo (I’ve inverted the #fff colours of the element to #000 before downloading) that I want to add to Illustrator/InDesign from a webpage.
It loads up fine in a browser, such as edge or Firefox, but the text part (that’s in a separate group) goes missing whenever I try to place it in an InDesign graphics box, or when opening it in Illustrator. If I try to select a group that should be the text, it’s a little invisible dot in the corner of the document, which I can move, but can’t resize. Is there anything I can do apart from typing in the text myself?
Text missing in Illustrator:
Little dot in the corner of Illustrator:
Not sure what’s wrong here. But Illustrator doesn’t like it for some reason. Illustrator doesn’t even seem to import the paths that make up the text, they’re simply missing. It must have something to do with the way the SVG is constructed.
Anyway, I got it to work by opening in Inkscape (which is free), selected everything, changed the fill to black, then I did File > Clean up document, then I saved as Plain SVG from Inkscape, then it opens in Illustrator just fine.
I’ve shared the SVG here if you want it.
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