As a file size optimization, Inkscape does not write into SVG some of
the stroke properties if the object has stroke:none and some of the
fill properties when it has fill:none. The only situation where this
might affect you is if you remove stroke from an object and then turn
it back on - the object will get the default stroke instead of the
same as it had before.
Also, in manually-edited SVG where a parent group has no stroke but
sets some stroke properties to be inherited by its descendants, you
will need to set stroke property to other than none on the group, and
suppress inheritance with stroke:none on those children that don't
Specifically, if stroke:none, the following properties do not get
written to SVG:
Note that this does not include marker properties, which means you can
still have markers on a path without visible stroke.
If fill:none, the following properties do not get written to SVG:
Inkscape. Draw Freely.
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