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An error occurred while saving the commentGeorge K commented
I don't think in-line styles would be the best solution for this. One of the main benefits of SVG is that you can easily style it in your CSS. So I can color my logo.svg using css vars and have that logo instantly update if I decide to change my color pallet (and by extension change the values of my CSS variables). Of course you can still do this with setting rules as !important, but that's usually undesireable.
I think a cleaner fix is to keep the classnames, but simply prefix them with the filename (or anything else). So you would end up with stuff like logo1-cls-1 as the class name and can avoid the issue with multiple SVGs conflicting.
As a workaround for the current situation, I just pull everything out of the style tag and drop it into my css, then add a parent class to all the rules.