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You've made the shape, then added a new layer filled with white (noise layer) and clipped the layer to the shape (Layer>Create Clipping Mask).
Then added the noise filter>noise>add noise.
Now add a new blank layer above the noise layer and go to Layer>Create>Clipping Mask.
Then with the blank layer (stroke layer) still active, Ctrl (cmd) Click on the shape layer thumbnail to get the selection of the shape.
Then go to Edit>Stroke.
So, I went to Edit > Stroke and tried to apply the Stroke that way but the Stroke is not visible.
Did you make sure Location in the Stroke dialogue is "Inside"?
Because the layer is clipped to the shape, the stroke has to lie inside the shape in order to be visible. "Center" will result in the outer half of the stroke width being invisible, and "Outside" will result in the entire stroke being invisible.
The problem could be something else, though.
Thank You so much ... I can't believe I forgot that "little" detail
Also, huge Thanx to R_Kelly!! You helped me out a lot as well
Conroys solution is correct ~ under the circumstances I mentioned the Stroke Must be set to INSIDE.
However, the reason I could not get the Stroke to be visible was because I had not set the FILL to a color for the shape. When you create a Shape (and are following the steps I described) the Color Must be Set to FILL.
Also, In order to get the Stroke to show up on the menu when you Right + Click - the Marquee Selection Tool Must be selected on the Tools Panel to the Left.
Hope this helps someone else.