When converting SVG icons to a font, the conversion seems to strip away everything but the SVG paths.
This makes sense, as that's what a font is, a collection of numerically (or mathematically) defined bezier-paths (or at least thats my perception of a fonts underlying nature).
Does anyone know if there is anyway to keep anything other than the paths when converting SVG icons to a WOFF font, such as:
If paths are the only thing that can make it through the
SVG -> WOFF conversion, then a simple
NO is an acceptable answer, as it will let me know not to waste my time searching for somthing that doesn't exist.
If it can be done, a programatic solution would be the holy-grail for me, however, the name of a program/package or whatever would be just as well.