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  1. I adjusted the length and the space under stroke/dash to what I desired. The path was not connected as one continuous line. Then I decided to connect the ending nodes and noted that the length of the dash changed. Is this correct or a bug. Thanks. PS: I have now found that when the path is *not* continuous I can lower the length of the dash and it responds correctly. When I make the path continuous not only does the length of the dash default to a longer dash, but I can no longer reduce the length of the dash to what it was when the path was not continuous. Thus it appears that there is a limit of length in a continuous broken line beyond which no adjustment of dash length registers. When I break the continuous line, my desired shorter dash reappears.
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