Just to clarify, Josh was correct.  By design if you make the close source stroke and fill "unset" (not none - with unset it will show up black on screen) then you can change the fill and stroke of clones.  This is a technique I use all the time, and is the whole basis of the trace tab in tiled clones.

-Rob A>


Hi,

The nature of a "clone" is that it is an exact clone of the original. By
nature, you cannot change attributes of a clone rather than its
placement and transformations.

If you need different strokes or fills you should make copies and not
clones.

Andreas

On 03/26/2012 08:46 AM, Vincent Tschanz wrote:
> Le 23. 03. 12 17:44, Josh Andler a écrit :
>> On Fri, Mar 23, 2012 at 9:17 AM, Vincent Tschanz <bluekarasu@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I'm using Inkscape 0.48, ubuntu 11.10.
>>> I can't change the color of a clone without unlinking it.
>>>
>>> I tried to reproduce the steps here :
>>> http://maururu.net/2007/using-clones-in-inkscape/
>>
>> It doesn't go into depth in instructions. In the status bar there is
>> the widget for Fill & Stroke. Select your original object, right-click
>> on whichever either the Fill or Stroke down there and use "Unset fill"
>> (second to last entry).
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Josh
>
> Thank you. I tried to unset the color of the clone, not the original.
>
>