Fill and Stroke tools

Asked by Keld Høfler on 2017-10-30

Hi I am using the 2 options 'Stroke paint' and 'stroke style' all the time and is tired of constantly switching between those just to check each line i make. isn't it possible to remove them from their box and set them on their own box so I can see both of them all the time?

thx in advance
//Kelderkold

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Keld Høfler
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2017-11-01
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2017-10-30
Hachmann (marenhachmann) said : #1

There is no option for this separation of tabs of the Fill and Stroke dialog in Inkscape yet.

If you would like to make a feature request, please visit https://bugs.launchpad.net/inkscape and post it as a bug report (feature requests are handled the same way).

If you would like to discuss your idea with other users and perhaps developers first, you could start a discussion about this topic on the Inkscape user mailing list:

https://sourceforge.net/p/inkscape/mailman/inkscape-user/

Jahdo Lee (antisunny) said : #2

I don't think there is a option suiting your need. So if you has a lot of lines which have the same style, duplicates them instead of setting the style for each of them.

Hachmann (marenhachmann) said : #3

@Jahdo: There's always the option to copy and paste style: Ctrl+C on object with desired style, then Ctrl+Shift+V on object(s) that are meant to get that other object's style.

Keld Høfler (kelderkold) said : #4

Thx but copy paste is not a option, i am searching for a option to see this 2 stroke paint and stroke style, because all my lines are different.

Keld Høfler (kelderkold) said : #5

Hachmann (marenhachmann) Thanks I will try that, case closed