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That happens because the tree images aren't in the same folder that the SVG resides, there are two ways that you can solve it: Copying the necesary files to the same folder that the SVG resides. Embed the image in the SVG file (see this).
Preview.app uses Apple’s font rendering system. This can be slightly adjusted in Preferences.app, but it is simply going to render differently than in an Adobe product. If the on-screen appearance of your type is really important, you should probably get a font which is optimized for use on screens.
Problem resolved by updating inkscape to 0.91. It was a variation of the bug here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/inkscape/+bug/494115
Use this to export your assets. The issue with Sketch itself and most other plugins is that it neglects invisible layers while exporting. As a result, invisible bounds do not work. I even tried to decrease a bound's opacity to 0 so to try to trick Sketch into exporting it. But Sketch's native export isn't so naive. You might see a horde of plugins of ...
You should try to use a PDF export instead of EPS, it should do the same thing except that it should work better with transparencies etc. While so far i have mostly the same answer as Alexey Popkov who is worth listening to theres something more you can do: In the case that you absolutely have to have an EPS file and none of the other files work, you can ...
Place figure instead of importing Illustrator is able to place EPS and PDF figures inside of a document without importing them. If you only need to add some elements to the figure and you do not need to edit it, this feature allows to avoid all the headache associated with importing it into Illustrator in the editable form. Related questions: "Embedding ...
You should try exporting to SVG instead: here is how.
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