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[By Design] 1.9.2 - To hide stroke - Stroke size must be set to 0pt - Stroke color none seems not to be enough


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Sorry, but I'm not sure what you mean. The blue path is visible in the selected object simply because the object is selected. If you click somewhere else, so the object is not selected, and you won't see that path.

-- Walt

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Thank you for your answer, I add informations of this issue.

In the picture there are 2 similar objects:
one on the left, with the visible stroke,
- one the right, with an invisible stroke which is selected just to show its path / its existence.

The left one and the right one have both no color on stroke and fill.
The left one has a stroke value of 100pt. 
The right one has a stroke value of 0pt.  

To sum up I expected not to have to put 0pt as stroke value to hide the stroke, because I had defined its color as empty.

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Thanks for the clarification. Yes, that seems odd, and I would not expect it to work that way.

-- Walt

Windows 10 Home, version 20H2 (19042.685),
   Desktop: 16GB memory, Intel Core i7-6700K @ 4.00GHz, GeForce GTX 970
   Laptop (2021-04-06):  32GB memory, Intel Core i7-10750H @ 2.60GHz
, Intel UHD Graphics Comet Lake GT2 and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Laptop GPU
Affinity Photo 1.9.2.1035 and 1.9.4.1065 Beta   / Affinity Designer 1.9.2.1035 and 1.9.4.1065 Beta  / Affinity Publisher 1.9.2.1035 and 1.9.2.1024 Beta

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This is intentional, Vector Brushes that use textures can be recoloured, so to restore the brush to its original form you need the ability to remove any stroke colour. This makes more sense when using a Textured Image Brush - with no stroke colour applied the brush texture will use the colours of the original pixels, however applying a stroke colour will then recolour to your selected colour.

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