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What setting is this? Stroke/Fill

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Jan 27, 2023 Jan 27, 2023

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I don't know what this setting is called, so I can't look up how to turn it off and let me go back to being able to do things like remove the stroke or fill from a shape.  Can anyone lend me a hand with this?  What have I done here?

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Jan 28, 2023 Jan 28, 2023

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It is a stroked ellipse, check the attributes. Press D to get the default appearance.

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Jan 30, 2023 Jan 30, 2023

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Thank you so much.

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Jan 30, 2023 Jan 30, 2023

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Oh, dang.  D is just turning it back white when it's a color.  This is weird.  I can't recal encountering this before.

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Jan 30, 2023 Jan 30, 2023

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Ah, it was the layer.  I just finally got my control back by creating a new layer.  I never was able to change that layer though.

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Jan 30, 2023 Jan 30, 2023

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Please take a look at the Appearance panel. I'm not quite sure what you want to do. Get rid of the stroke? Apple a different fill?

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Jan 30, 2023 Jan 30, 2023

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Sara,

 

"Ah, it was the layer. I just finally got my control back by creating a new layer. I never was able to change that layer though."

 

Documents can get corrupted, and it may be worth copying the artwork into a new document, as much as can be rescued.

 

You can try to select everything from all layers if more than one, with Paste remembers layers ticked in the new document first.

 

Or you can try layer by layer, and/or split the artwork up if needed.

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