5 Replies Latest reply on May 12, 2015 10:18 AM by j7stin

    How do I export an illustrator object as an svg without an artboard?


      I have several objects that are close together and oddly-shaped. If I try to export these objects individually out of illustrator, and import them into Edge Animate, they will overlap each other because of their square artboards. In other words, the objects shapes won't overlap, but their artboards will overlap because artboards are square and don't follow the contours of the shape. Is there a way to create an svg would a square background? Sort of how a png can have a transparent background. Can an svg have an artboard that conforms to the contours of the shape of the object?