Immutable Stroke Configuration
The image below shows a couple icons I am working on. I need to define bounding boxes for the icons to ensure there size is always the same. The problem is when I color the stroke for the group that the bounding box is in, the bounding box gets colored.
Is it possible to configure an objects stroke (specifically a basic shape's stroke) such that when it is part of a group, and that group has its stroke changed to any arbitrarily chosen color, the objects stroke will remain colorless & invisible?
LET ME REPHRASE THAT IN WAY THAT IS MORE CONCISE, & NOT AS CONVOLUTED.
To help I will implement a numeric list.
Lets Say I have a square, for the sake of clarity I will dub the square as
"The Square"and pre-style its text, as it I just printed it.
"The Square"is part of a group. We will call this group "The Group".
"The Square"is the biggest object in the group, all other objects in "The Group" are aligned inside of
"The Square". In other words, "The Square" defines the boundaries for "The Group", this is known as a bounding box. "The Square" is a bounding box.
"The Square"is a bounding box it needs to be invisible. This is not always the case with bounding boxes, but it is more often than not (in my experience) the case.
"The Square"is not the only object in "The Group", I cannot change the stroke of the "The Group"'s objects & paths without coloring the "The Squares" stroke.
Is there a way that I can define
"The Square"'s stroke, such that that when the stroke "The Group" is altered to any arbitrarily choosen color, "The Square"'s stroke will remain the same?