I am having issues trying to get SVG images to adhere to an anchor point. I don't remember this particular issue being an issue in the previous version. I could be wrong, but I don't recall dealing with this.
Each svg that we import seems to have it's own container that it sits in.
It's extremely important to be able to lock the svg containers aspect ratio. This container does not appear to lock to the size of the actual svg graphic, which is an issue. The graphic itself could be 100 X 100 pixels and the container can be 100 X 1000 pixels and the graphic will sit directly in the middle of that container. The issue becomes apparent when you attempt to anchor the graphic because you are not anchoring the actual graphic itself, but instead you are actually anchoring the container that the graphic sits in.
From what I can tell, there is no way to anchor the image "within" the graphics container. This limits the ability to utilize SVG's for their inherent responsiveness effectively and creates a ton of additional work to get the result needed.
Being able to lock the aspect ratio of the SVG's container would completely eliminate this issue.
Maybe it's just me but I have found no way to lock the aspect ratio of the container. I understand that I can use logic blocks to do what I want and that I can use scaling as well. That is just a lot of extra work when simply using an anchor point with a lock aspect ratio option would force the browser to do all the calculations automatically.