Are you sure there is no other Stroke under the black Stroke in the Appearance palette, either at the object level or at the Group or Layer level?
Are you sure there is no locked path on top (the black Stroke)?
> Are you sure there is no other Stroke under the black Stroke in the Appearance palette, either at the object level or at the Group or Layer level?
Not quite understand - there is no black stroke in the Appearence pallete - there is only white one (you may see on the screenshot), but on drawing I can see both. No groups and single layer for now, that is why I'm so disappointed... I just finished drawing see that I cannot make the lines to be solid white.
> Are you sure there is no locked path on top (the black Stroke)?
The appearance panel in your screenshot shows that there is a stroke or a fill applied at layer level.
Panel shows one white stroke, but on the drawing we see two - thick white and thin black.
Monica is referring to the indicator to the right of the layer line shown in the Appearance panel in your image. Click on it and remove the black stroke applied there.
Oh, thanks - I'll check this (and I didn't know about such indicator).
And can sopeone say something about question in P.S., if you please.
As mentioned in the first post, I thought there might be a Stroke applied at the Layer level, but I had overlooked the need to scroll right to actually see the Appearance palette, until I read that Larry (and Monika) had seen it.
Is Object>Path>Outline Stroke what you are after?
> As mentioned in the first post
Good, but until Larry made it clear I didn't understand what you are talking about.
> Object>Path>Outline Stroke
Yes, thanks a lot.
For my part you are welcome, Theofil.
until Larry made it clear I didn't understand
Indeed, and I didn't see. Sometimes details are crucial.