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Hi Max,
Could you attach a copy of the document in the video please?

It looks like the stroke on the top object (possibly a group?) is actually applied to the objects inside, so when the clipping is applied, its applied to the top (possibly group) object causing the line to be clipped. 

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1 hour ago, Sean P said:

Hi Max,
Could you attach a copy of the document in the video please?

It looks like the stroke on the top object (possibly a group?) is actually applied to the objects inside, so when the clipping is applied, its applied to the top (possibly group) object causing the line to be clipped. 

I get the same result with a single piece, not in a group.
Group in order to draw a vector illustration that needs to be cropped, and around which you need to make a stroke.
With a single vector figure, the result is the same.

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1 hour ago, Sean P said:

Hi Max,
Could you attach a copy of the document in the video please?

It looks like the stroke on the top object (possibly a group?) is actually applied to the objects inside, so when the clipping is applied, its applied to the top (possibly group) object causing the line to be clipped. 

 
In this case, there is a difference between stroke through FX and just stroke. Crop works in different ways.

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Ahh I see what you mean now. Specifically a Pixel Layer responds differently to the Rectangle object! I will question this with development, however I have a feeling it could be by design, due to the differences between vector and raster objects.

Regarding the FX layer - this is to be expected, as any FX effects are applied to the results of anything else done to the object (such as a mask or cropping region. 

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4 hours ago, Sean P said:

Ahh I see what you mean now. Specifically a Pixel Layer responds differently to the Rectangle object! I will question this with development, however I have a feeling it could be by design, due to the differences between vector and raster objects.

That pixel-like layer must be an Image object, otherwise no stroke would appear on it.

In my example below, Artboard1 shows that there's a bug with the rendering of a stroked Image that has a vector mask. Artboard2 shows that the correct result can be achieved by putting the stroked Image inside a Group and masking the Group.

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