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Is there is anyway drop shadow can be applied on the fill object?

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Oct 20, 2020

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Hey, I want to know is there is any way I can apply the drop shadow on the fill colour object without stroke. A little scenario what I like to achieve. I have a cloud which don't have an outline. The background and cloud colour is white. Now to differentiated I want to apply drop shadow on fill colour. Below is the example image for clarification:

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Drag the effect in Appearance Panel to the bottom (or into the fill). (At the moment you have the drop shadow applied to the stroke - and not to the object.)

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Is there is anyway drop shadow can be applied on the fill object?

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Hey, I want to know is there is any way I can apply the drop shadow on the fill colour object without stroke. A little scenario what I like to achieve. I have a cloud which don't have an outline. The background and cloud colour is white. Now to differentiated I want to apply drop shadow on fill colour. Below is the example image for clarification:

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Drag the effect in Appearance Panel to the bottom (or into the fill). (At the moment you have the drop shadow applied to the stroke - and not to the object.)

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Drag the effect in Appearance Panel to the bottom (or into the fill). (At the moment you have the drop shadow applied to the stroke - and not to the object.)

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@pixxxelschubserGot it, that's the thing I was looking for.👍

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