On Tuesday 25 March 2008, dorai iyer wrote:
> I selected a 1 pixel thick brush to stroke the drawn path onto an image.
> When I stroked the path, the color of the stroke appears semi transparent.
> Is there a way to make it appear completely solid.
> Thanks

You could turn off antialiasing (extension of the stroke dialog under "line 
style") or use the pencil as "paint tool" there with a 1 pixel brush, these 
two methods look equivalent to me.  You might have noticed that you have full 
color pixels where the path goes straight across a pixel, but less when the 
pixel is only touchedm this is due to the antialiasing that's on by default.

This will give a fully colored, 1-pixel line:
 | x-|---|---|---|---|-x |

This will give a 50% colored, 2-pixel line:
 |   |   |   |   |   |   |
 |   |   |   |   |   |   |

I hope this helped a bit to understand the problem.

Greetings, Daniel

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