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Stroke position - icon tooltip right, icon wrong? Also ...

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The Stroke is drawn outside the image. The Align icon/button shows it being drawn within (where the blue lines are), although the tooltip is correct.

We need to use the middle icon/button, where the blue line shows it being drawn outside, to Align it within the image. Again, the tooltip is correct.

Also - can I set the default as Within? At the moment Publisher defaults to Outside.

Thanks!

 

David

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David, the icons look okay to me.
The blue line is the shape (it has the drag handles) and the while lines show where the stroke will extend to.
I don’t think there’s a way to define a default for this.

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I agree with Garry. The stroke is the white line, not the blue line. The blue line is the bounding box of the shape.


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OK guys, thanks for your trouble. I see what you mean, and now I look, it's the white line that shows eg. Rounded in Cap.

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