Avoiding TextStroke's TextColor Tint

So I’m currently making a generic TextLabel for a menu, but I encountered a problem that I don’t know how to solve.


See that purple text that says “Nightmare”? It’s text color appears light purple, but it’s actually completely white. The Text stroke’s color is applying a tint to the text color, and I know this because making the text have no stroke removed the tint. I can’t do this as a solution though, because I need the stroke to be visible and I need the text to be white. How can I get around this?

  1. What do you want to achieve? I want to make some white text with a purple stroke.

  2. What is the issue? The stroke is giving the text a purple tint, and it’s supposed to be completely white.

  3. What solutions have you tried so far? I searched for similar topics, but I couldn’t find anything at all.

It’s probably because the text is slightly transparent so the stroke is showing through a bit. If you can’t get it to have the same effect when the text is opaque then you can create an image for the nightmare text instead of using a textlabel. In an image editing software the border won’t show through when the text is slightly transparent.

Edit: Sorry, it looked like the text was transparent.

The TextTransparency property is 0. Is the text always slightly transparent?

I looked at the actual color of the image. The text in the center of the image is still white. Just your eyes making it seem more pink due to the border of purple.

That’s pretty cool, it is white after all