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PROBLEM: Once you create and apply a style that has a stroke width specified, an incorrect stroke width will be applied to the path once you apply the style. To make things worse, the stroke width will vary depending on the zoom level. STEPS: 1. Use the pen or pencil tool to create an open path. 2. Set the stroke width to 5px (could be any value, but let's work with 5 for now). 3. No fill. 4. Select the path and in the Styles palette's menu select "Add Style from Selection" 5. Deselect the path 6. Draw another path using the pen/pencil tool 7. Apply the style you just created by clicking on the style. The stroke with will be 5px as you specified. 8. Select another style to apply to the stroke (doesn't matter which one). 9. And now select the style again you just created. 10. Notice the stroke with is now some other value (like 2.93px) as opposed to 5px. 11. Zoom in to the document 12. Draw another path using the pen/pencil tool 13. Apply your style you created. Now the width of the stroke is yet again something different. If I save a style with a specified stroke width, that stroke width should be applied to the path when I select the saved style. If the stroke width saved in the style is 13px, then once I apply the saved style to a path, the stroke width should be 13px regardless of zoom or other factors. That is the whole point of saving a style. ADesigner 1.4.1 OS X El Crapitan 10.11.3
In the attached document there is a group of lines. 4 of the lines are currently visible. If I select one of them (say the top one) and set the stroke width to 0.8 the do a copy and then do a paste style to say the second one it ends up being a 0.7 width. Doing it to the third one it ends up being 0.6. This same problem exists for all the non-visible lines also. How do I do a paste style so that the result is the same as the original? Scale with object is not selected. So the scale should not be the issue. Test1.afdesign