@blinovartem: I'm not sure I understand what you mean, but "editing" external files is not really the purpose of penpot.
you can build things with files that you import. If you want to edit them you'd probably better of with Inkscape(SVG) and Krita/GIMP(photos)
@mray:matrix.org Hi. I understand correctly that this editor is an analog (alternative, colleague, competitor) Figma or Sketch? But they also see sketch, svg, and raster files, and allow even minimal changes with a pen, and so on. And why Penpot does not display (import) svg. (Sorry for my English)
Disclaimer: I'm not a developer. Basically I have no clue :P – But the little I know is, you can import raster images very easy (I make screenshots and just paste them with ctrl+v into penpot). SVG editing and importing is currently not available.
That would be cool though!
@blinovartem Right now you can import svg files and edit them (modify the path ponts and vezier curves) but the functionality is pretty alpha, and probably have bugs
as @mray:matrix.org noted, you also can import raster images without any problem
the purpose of penpot is not editing svg, but of course you should be able import them and do some trivial and no so trivial modifications
if you have a svg that is not importing correctly, you can open an issue attaching the svg file
I can't answer your question (because i'm not a designer), but I can say that I'm working right now on advanced fonts management, that will allow in the first iteration upload custom fonts and in second iteration use different font providers (a part from google fonts).