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Mathieu Green
Mathieu Green Updated

Remove layer/object outline?

Hello, I am new to InVision Studio and I am trying to remove the outlines around objects from my prototype. Is there a way to do this? I find it makes the preview look unnatural and its hard to gauge if it looks the way I want it to. This outline stays even if I export. An example of this is below.

Thoughts or suggestions?

 

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Raynor B
InVision ambassador Raynor B , InVision Employee , ambassador

Hi Mathieu,

Thanks for reaching out via our Community! 

If you're new to Studio, I recommend checking out our Studio Learn tutorials as these are a great way to get acquainted: Studio Learn

As for the border issue, a few things to rule out first are: 

  • Does the affected layer have a border attribute enabled for it? 
  • Does the original asset itself include a border? 

It's hard to troubleshoot issues like this without looking at the file, so if you're still having trouble with this, please reply with some additional details, and we'll be happy to pass this on to our Support team for further investigation:

  • Which version of Studio are you running?
  • Which OS are you running?
     If on Mac, could you please send a screenshot of your "About This Mac" panel
    – 
    If on Windows, could you please send some screenshots of both the “Device specifications” and the “Windows specifications” sections on the “About” page?
  • Is the object in your screenshot an emoji in a text field, or an imported image etc? 

Looking forward to your reply!

Best,
Raynor

 

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