1 With the Shape Selection tool * ], click a shape whose fill attributes you want to change, and press Return (Mac OS) or Enter (Windows).
You can select multiple shapes by holding down Shift while clicking the shapes.
2 In the Set Shape Attributes dialog box, enable the Fill check box to apply a stroke to the selected shape.
To remove the fill, disable the check box.
3 Double-click the chip, choose a color from the Color dialog box, and click OK.
4 Adjust the Opacity slider to control the opacity of the fill.
5 Click one of the following icons:
• Fill Overlaps [V to fill overlapping areas of multiple shapes.
• Don't Fill Overlaps to leave overlapping areas unfilled. Multiple overlaps alternate between filled and not filled.
You can also specify some fill and fill color attributes on the property bar when you select a shape with the Layer Adjuster ► or Shape Selection tool.
You can also use the Effects menu > Fill command or the Paint Bucket tool -> to fill a shape. Because these methods apply pixel data to the region, Corel Painter first converts the shape to a pixel-based layer. For more information, refer to "Filling an Area with Media" on page 163.
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