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strange behavior of the object during the separation.

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Are there any solutions in this situation? If you divide an object from a group, it is not visible on the canvas. if you place the object on a dark background, you can see the white stroke

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strange behavior of the object during the separation.

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Are there any solutions in this situation? If you divide an object from a group, it is not visible on the canvas. if you place the object on a dark background, you can see the white stroke

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Looks like the object was drawn with only partial lines. Meaning, it was not an enclosed shape. Illustrator allows you to Fill a line segment even though it is not enclosed. I am guessing that when you separate these objects, it breaks that auto fill and turns it back into the simple partial line segments it was.

-Dax

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What do you mean "divide" an object from a group?

Completely ungrouped shapes render underneath grouped shapes, so maybe that's what happening.

Maxdax, Animate doesn't do take-backsies on fills. Once a shape has a fill applied, it's permanent.

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right.. ungroup is what I meant. I have experienced importing files from Illustrator into other programs where shapes that were not enclosed lost their fills. But if Animate respects the fill no matter what, then cool.

-Dax

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