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    AdminAndrea (Support Manager, Vapolia) commented  · 

    Hey, it is possible but requires a font mapping feature, as custom fonts must be hard coded in iOS. You have a sample SVG requiering this feature ?

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    AdminAndrea (Support Manager, Vapolia) commented  · 

    You can do it, but in platform specific code only. SvgFactory creates a drawable on android, a UIImage on iOS, and on UWP you have to render the Svg xaml control tree in a bitmap.

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    under review  ·  1 comment  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminAndrea (Support Manager, Vapolia) commented  · 

    A tint color is a color, not a color mapping.

    Tint color is applied automatically by iOS, even on UISvgImageView, as it is a subclass of UIImageView and renders the svg to a bitmap. Using a Blur or Vibrancy effect does show that it works.

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