> Have you actually tried to do what I outlined above?
>
>
Have you? lol
No - I haven't. It's not currently possible to turn off anti-aliasing on
the brush tool, so it's not possible to "test" it.
However, knowing how anti-aliasing works, your statement is incorrect...

The paintbrush tool resamples the brush when the pixel grid of the brush
> is not perfectly aligned to the pixel grid of the image.
>

Yes, but with anti-aliasing turned off (which you can't presently), it
wouldn't.


> A perfect non-antialiased 1 pixel brush typically gets spread across
> four adjacent pixels in the image, assuming you're working with a high
> zoom level and don't specifically align the brush to the pixel grid of
> the image.
>

I don't know why you would assume that. :)
It's incorrect at any rate.

Anti-aliasing IS what average pixels to spread over a 4-pixel block.
If you turn it off (which, again, you can't currently in the brush tool),
and a single click with a 1px brush fills more than one pixel, then that
would be incorrect behaviour.

-C


>
> The pencil tool doesn't do that.
>
> Bye,
>         Simon
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