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Apr 05, 2020

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For some reason, fill doesn't work whatsoever in Illustrator. At this point, I think it's a bug. 

The rectangle is supposed to be filled with that gray color, the color just doesn't work. Screen Shot 2020-04-05 at 1.09.29 PM.png

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hedyeh,

 

If you select the (whole) Layer, the Appearance palette may give the answer, such as 0 opacity or no fill (presuming the rectangle is not part of a Group or something, in which case a crucial appearance might be applied there).

 

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For some reason, fill doesn't work whatsoever in Illustrator. At this point, I think it's a bug. 

The rectangle is supposed to be filled with that gray color, the color just doesn't work. Screen Shot 2020-04-05 at 1.09.29 PM.png

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hedyeh,

 

If you select the (whole) Layer, the Appearance palette may give the answer, such as 0 opacity or no fill (presuming the rectangle is not part of a Group or something, in which case a crucial appearance might be applied there).

 

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Please show layers panel and appearance panel.

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hedyeh,

 

If you select the (whole) Layer, the Appearance palette may give the answer, such as 0 opacity or no fill (presuming the rectangle is not part of a Group or something, in which case a crucial appearance might be applied there).

 

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