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Mohsen
Mohsen on 2 Sep 2019
Commented: Star Strider on 21 Mar 2024
When using a "patch" command the border is black and interior is of the chosen color. How do I make both have same color, for example a circle that is blue and its border is also blue? I have tried to redraw the border separately in blue color, but then I get a few scattered speckles of black.

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 2 Sep 2019
The easiest way is to use the patch function EdgeColor property. You can color it to be the same as the patch face color, or you can turn it off with the 'none' option.
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Lawrence
Lawrence on 21 Mar 2024
Hello - I am trying to plot a patch with with per-face edge color. i.e. the faces colors are individually specified, and I'd like the edge colors for each face to be inherited from the face color.
I have read through the Patch documentation but I can't figure out how to do what you're describing.
I want the edges of each face to have the same color, and I want this color to be the same as the face color they belong to. Do you have any ideas? Thanks!
Star Strider
Star Strider on 21 Mar 2024
Other than specifying that the edge colour is the same as the face colour, for example
patch(xvals, yvals, 'g', 'EdgeColor','g')
I don’t.
I suggest posting this as a new question, if this does not solve your problem —
figure
patch([1 2 2 1], [1 1 2 2], 'g', 'EdgeColor','g')
axis('padded')
axis('equal')
.

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