I can’t import my SVG file to Easel. I get this message: “We can’t import this SVG”
It is a simple design which I made in Illustrator and converted to SVG (SVG Tiny 1.1) . There is no text whatsoever and the lines are very heavy - 4 pixels thick.
I have tried just about anything but without success. Any real solutions out there?
I never had much luck with anything but SVG 1.0 out of Illustrator myself. If I did 1.1, I had designs not import properly. Not sure if it was some other setting or what.
I tried both ways, same result: “We can’t import this file”
I am at loss here…
Thank you for trying.
Thank you. Really frustrating. I tried both ways.
Not sure if this will help, but try changing your lines to 1px.
I followed exactly your sample but with the same results: “We can’t import this SVG”
Thanks anyway for the help.
I have tried all kinds of line thickness, from 1 px to 4 px but was never able to import my SVG file. I also saved it in just about any suggested way but it didn’t work.
Surely, there must be a way to import a design made with Illustrator and saved as SVG? What is the other choice of creating an original design?
Anyone wants to buy my machine at a greatly reduced price from the original? Because right now it is a big boat anchor and I don’t even have a boat.
Try SVG Basic. I have Illustrator CC and sometimes it can be finicky.
One other thing you may try is to save it as a different filename. I’ve had weird caching issues where if the filename is the same, it doesn’t necessarily upload the latest but a cached version.
Unfortunately every time I try to upload or insert an image here it shows this message: “Sorry, but we couldn’t determine the size of the image. Maybe your image is corrupted?”
I beg for your patience, but tell me first how to make sure my image is not corrupted? I didn’t do anything to corrupt the image?
OK, I opened my file in Inkscape and re-saved it as SVG. Can you see the image, because all I see is a long string of characters.
Hmm…problem with my computer? I can do anything else with my computer, I don’t understand what you mean?
Have you actually tried to use my file in your computer?
I used Adobe Illustrator CS6 to make designs and saved the design as SVG 1.1 file as suggested by someone else on this forum. As far as I know nothing is wrong with any of my applications since I use them all the time.
Are you using Illustrator CC? I’ve had it do some funky things with filenames where the base file is empty but there is a file with the date in the name that is the actual SVG file.
Check the file size on your PC and look for other files with those names.
I don’t use Illustrator CC, I use Illustrartor CS6, which was the last version that Adobe sold on physical discs. So, I don’t use any app online for that matter.