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Is there a way to use the transparency tool to only apply on the fill or just the stroke of the object… I cannot seem to find a checkbox or setting for this to only affect a particular attribute.

 

Thanks!

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I don’t think so. However, you can apply a gradient to stroke or fill and set the opacity of one of the gradient control nodes to zero. That should do the trick.   :)

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Thank you ABC! 

 

That did the trick, basically to affect only the stroke or just the fill to get the see-through effect, the workaround is to treat the gradient tool as if were also transparency tool.

 

It would be great if the "Context" dropdown box part of the gradient tool was also a native option with the transparency tool. Another thing that would be such a timesaver without having to mess with nodes in the gradient too… although admittingly the gradient tool method offers more control.

 

Cheers

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