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F Transformation —the SVG Converter utility supports object transformation routines
applied to objects in the SVG file. The utility will export transformation matrices using
the Transform.affine() method.
Features not supported
As of version 1.2 of the SDK, the SVG Converter will ignore the following features when they
are included in the SVG file:
Text Layout or Text on Path
Scripting or Interactivity
Color Profiles
Filter Effects
Element <metadata/>
Element <use/>
Embeddable Fonts
Element <defs/>
Inkscape and JavaFX
Inkscape is a widely used, open source alternative vector graphics editor. By default, it uses
SVG to save its graphics files. The format used in Inkscape uses non-standard SVG elements
to save layer information. As of version 1.2 of the Production Suite, there's a bug in the SVG
Converter that prevents it from properly exporting the layer ID values as the ID value of the
Group object instance. Future release of the Production Suite should address this issue.
See also
F Introduction
F Exporting Adobe Photoshop graphics to JavaFX
F Exporting Adobe Illustrator graphics to JavaFX
Using objects loaded from FXZ files
In the previous recipes, we have seen how to integrate creative content from tools, such as
Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, into JavaFX projects using the Production Suite tools. In this
recipe, we are going to see how to load graphics nodes from a FXZ file. You will learn how to
use NetBeans to generate JavaFX UI stub classes that provide programmatic access to the
objects inside the FXZ files.
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