Geometry not rendering?

Hi.
Just tried Syncfusion too and i’m interested in using the window icon.
But it doesn’t get rendered at all.

Does someone have an idea why?

Here the data:

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Sorry, due to all of the spam we’ve been getting, this is another legitimate post that I missed until I was re-reading all of the old messages.

This is the result I get with the current code base, which we are about to release as another beta base-level:

Was this what was intended?

Very cool, thanks.
Just a question: is there a editor out for creating geometrys.
All i could find is Adobe Illustrator & MS Expression.
How do you create your geometrys?

Just about every modern graphics editor can put out SVG. Comparison of vector graphics editors

OK, thanks.
Thought its XAML specific.

The SVG and XAML geometry path syntaxes are very similar.
Actually, what we’ve been doing for GoJS is extend that syntax to support additional features that we have. This allows people to store and load a whole Geometry object as a string, using the static Geometry.parse and Geometry.stringify functions, and setting or binding the Shape.geometryString property.

You can convert an SVG geometry path string for a filled shape into a GoJS geometry path string by calling Geometry.fillPath.