I've been experiencing problems with getting SVG files to display properly in Edge animations.
After a lot of frustrating experimentation and some judicious use of Google, I stumbled upon what is most likely the source of my problems. There is a HUGE acknowledged bug in the latest "update" of Illustrator CC2015. When one attempts to export SVG files from Illustrator CC2015 artboards, the program FAILS to write valid SVG code.
Adobe has basically told users to "sit tight" while they work on a fix - for 4 to 6 weeks!!! The only recourse is to go back to using Illustrator CC2014 for the time being.
It's stuff like this that makes me less than sanguine about the whole CC concept, where users are more or less chained to whatever goes on as the software is "updated." Adobe pushes the new "features" while simultaneously failing to adequately test the software before each incremental update.
This is relevant to the project I am working on! Could you tell me is it just when importing an .svg into EA?
Is it any better when copying and pasting from Illustrator directly into Edge?
Here's what I've observed thus far:
1.) Creating an SVG from line art (.ai file) in Illustrator CC2015 by using Save As produces useless SVG files
2.) Creating an SVG from the same line art (.ai file) in Illustrator CC2014 by using Save As produces perfect SVG files
I am still trying to work out which methods will produce SVGs in Edge that will display properly cross-platform. I will post here when I am done testing.