Version 3.8.3. QGIS' layer blending is a spectacular feature that I use often. For example, when displaying a polygon layer over a satellite image background I'll set the polygon layer blend mode = "multiply".
However, this blending also affects the polygon boundary. I'd like the boundary to remain un-blended (i.e. blending mode = "normal"). Is there a way to do this without displaying a second, hollow copy of the polygon layer on top with its blending set to "normal"?
In summary, how do I simultaneously set polygon fill = blend multiply, with polygon stroke = blend normal?