Setting SVG output preferences to remove non-useful style clobbers "none" strokes

Bug #1743065 reported by TylerDurden on 2018-01-13
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Bug Description

Inkscape 0.92.2 (5c3e80d, 2017-08-06), Win8.1 64bit.

With the SVG output preferences settings to remove non-useful style properties, "none" cannot be selected in the stroke styles; but instead "unset" is substituted.

This can interfere with setting an original path before tile-cloning... no stroke is desired on the tiled clones, but the substitution of "unset" for 'none" forces the clones to be generated with strokes.

Steps to reproduce:

Set SVG output preferences to remove non-useful style properties.
Set SVG output check on reading, editing and writing.
Select an object in the viewport that has a stroke.
Use the palette or Fill-Stroke panel to set the stroke to "none".
Note that the status and Fill-Stroke panel will switch to "unset".

Expected behavior is that 'none' would be regarded as useful and retained.


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