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    Quick question about SVG files.  In the  Lectora 17 new features it states “Using scalable vector graphics technology, published content will remain crisp and scalable on high-resolution displays.”
    I’ve tested one page with a shape and button on it and when I check the images folder after publish, the shape and the button are published as png files.  Is there a setting or a checkbox I’m missing?

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    I just checked and I can confirm that:
    – shapes are SVG, crisp and sharp
    – button outlines/backgrounds are SVG, crisp and sharp
    – button text is not SVG, not crisp. not sharp

    Screenshot attached.

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    Hi Sergey, thanks for the reply.  When I put a shape or a button on a canvas, preview it in browser and inspect the element it does show it as an SVG, but when I publish the course and look in the images folder I see PNGs.  Shouldn’t the title publish SVGs in the images folder?

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