Using Interneexplorer, sVG stroke animation in IE when stroke-width is greater than 1

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asked Mar 16, 2016 by Exporting (440 points)
Not sure how to proceed on the same or make this working. I have bizarre problem with animating stroke paths in IE when stroke is greater than 1px wide.

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answered Jun 2, 2016 by raihowI (890 points)
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Hopefully this will help
I compared them, you can read more on Experiments at SVG-Whiz!
commented Jun 4, 2016 by It_5384 (180 points) 1 flag
Most examples we have seen on the Internet somewhat cheat, i
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answered Apr 13, 2016 by wayway (930 points)

Use the HTML object element or the SVGimage element.
Repeating a set of animations is less.
Roughly, here is a procedure illustrated for motion animation using Ink Scape. Refer to this link SVG-SMIL animation tutorial - EduTech Wiki
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answered Jun 2, 2016 by highlight (190 points)

Still to be done is experimentation with polygons other than s, and with s and s. This would be similar to SVG's and possibly elements.
Each entry in a list is the linewidth for a control point (details below) .
commented Jun 2, 2016 by n_6974 (150 points)
Inkscape, Illustrator or Coreldraw
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answered Jun 2, 2016 by dalponteAuth (510 points)
See Painting: Filling, Stroking and Marker Symbols SVG 1.1 ... more information and some examples
Just in case someone else is facing the same problem

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