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Fri, Oct 23, 2020 3:13 PM

Photoshop: Strokes appear on shapes after reopening files

Hello! I often use rectangular shapes in Photoshop filled with a color. I've noticed that after I save a psd, close it, then reopen it, shapes I used get a black 1 px strokes which can be seen in the properties panel but they are not visible on the shapes. If I decide to change the fill color of the shape, the border appears suddenly. The problem appeared in the 22.0 version.

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80 Points

4 m ago

Does anyone know why the new Photoshop 22 adds black stroke 1px width for every shape?

I mean not only when you create a new shape. Although previously new shapes were created by default with no stroke. And I really know very few cases when you need a stroke right away.

But the main headache is when you open a document from a previous version and Photoshop adds a black stroke 1px width to all shapes layers. This is very, very inconvenient. I am working with thousands of files and the same number of layers. Should I spend a few months removing strokes manually?

I use the last version 22.0.1  

Dear Adobe! Can you fix this issue?

Note: This comment was created from a merged conversation originally titled Photoshop 22 adds stroke for every shapes

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60 Points

4 m ago

I do this way. create a shape in illustrator then copy to photoshop... no border. ha!

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62 Points

Good that something works. Hope they fix the issue, though. Hate to have to open illustrator just to make a shape:)

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60 Points

I'm getting this just now! What gives, Adobe?