'stroke-width':0 ignored in Chrome #154

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chasbeen opened this Issue Apr 16, 2010 · 7 comments

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@chasbeen

var path = paper.path('M 100 300 L 300 150 L 200 300 z');
path.attr({fill:'#ff9900', path:'M 246.078,121.508 C 246.078,113.387 235.324,105.602 216.187,99.859 C 197.05,94.117 171.097,90.891 144.031,90.891 C 116.964,90.891 91.0117,94.117 71.875,99.859 C 52.7383,105.602 41.9844,113.387 41.9844,121.508 C 41.9844,129.625 52.7383,137.414 71.875,143.152 C 91.0117,148.895 116.964,152.121 144.031,152.121 C 171.097,152.121 197.05,148.895 216.187,143.152 C 235.324,220 246.078,129.625 246.078,121.508z', stroke:'red', 'stroke-width':0 });

@rossbruniges

stroke: 'none' will work though and in this example produce the same result

@DmitryBaranovskiy

fixed

@antond

Chrome 10.0.648.204 (Ubuntu 10.10) still ignores 'stroke-width: 0' in this case: https://gist.github.com/901844. Using 'stroke-width: 'none' doesn't do anything. stroke-width: 1+ works. I am on RaphaelJS 1.5.2. A regression or Chrome-specific bug? Thanks!

@zacstewart

I am still experiencing this bug using Chrome 13.0.782.112 on Ubuntu.

@pixelbreaker

I am getting this too on Chrome on windows XP (testing machine). I found stroke-width: 'none' didn't help either. I simple set the stroke width to 0.01, and it's not visible.

@chasbeen
@chasbeen
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