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Thread: How to draw with anchor points but WITHOUT stroke, just filling?

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    How to draw with anchor points but WITHOUT stroke, just filling?

    Hi!

    I have been using graphics softwares for 15 years now but I
    still cant figure out this simple thing and its driving me NUTS!!!

    Just like in illustrator I want to draw a shape in Flash with the anchor
    point tool. The filling should be black and there should be no outlines.
    I cant set the stroke to none in the tool box because there is no such option.
    I tried to set stroke to none in the color window. The result is no stroke
    but also no filling eventhough its set to black.

    Why cant adobe make flashes drawing as userfriendly as illustrator?

    Can anybody help?

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    I don't know why they don't make drawing tools like illustrator, that's why I have been avoiding Flash drawing all these times. I could never get a hang of it even though I've seen ppl made amazing drawings with Flash tools. Personally I import all my drawings from Illustrator to work in Flash.

    For your question, as far as I know (CS3) after you make the shape with pen tool you have to fill in the color, delete the line, then you can use archer tools to manipulate your shapes. I don't know any other easier way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jujumon View Post
    I don't know why they don't make drawing tools like illustrator, that's why I have been avoiding Flash drawing all these times. I could never get a hang of it even though I've seen ppl made amazing drawings with Flash tools. Personally I import all my drawings from Illustrator to work in Flash.

    For your question, as far as I know (CS3) after you make the shape with pen tool you have to fill in the color, delete the line, then you can use archer tools to manipulate your shapes. I don't know any other easier way
    Thanks for your answer.
    Quite shocking that that seems to be the only way.

    Anyone else have suggestions?

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