Congratulations for the 3.0 release. Seems amazing so far.
I was trying to open my document from 2.7.1 that was using a lot of SVG images and I was waiting for 3.0 to convert them to inline SVGs. I knew we were getting inner HTML, so that was my previous plan, but since Animate can now convert the imported SVGs to inline SVGs, it’s even better.
However, I can’t seem to be able to delete the resource once its converted. There’s no reason for it to exist in library anymore, right? I can go the inner HTML way, but then I’d have to carefully transform all animated properties again and so this convert image would be of much use if I can get rid of the resources.
EDIT: Basically, my goal was to reduce network requests for the SVG files and after a little more digging, it seems like Animate handles the conversion during the runtime and doesn’t actually convert the imported image to inline SVG in the editor itself.