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How do I turn off anti-aliasing and edit 1 pixel at a time? I need to create a grid of pure white pixels 1 pixel wide separated by 9 pure black pixels for some display test patterns. The anti-aliasing "splashes" grey around each white pixel.

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Hi Mcsandberg,


Welcome to the Forums :)


If you hold left click on the paint brush in Affinity Photo you will find the Pixel Tool in the fly out menu. This tool can be used to edit individual pixels without the splashes of grey. Holding CMD while using the Pixel Tool will make it act as a pixel eraser allowing you to removed the pixels you have drawn without any splashes of grey. If you are using Affinity Designer the same tool can be found in the Pixel Persona. I hope this helps :)


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