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Hey Warrick - Welcome to the forum :)

 

In the Toolbar there is a control for Brush Width aka line thickness.

 

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Alter that and a new line/curve will use the new thickness.

 

You can also use keyboard shortcuts to change the brush width. Use the [ and ] keys (CTRL acts as a multiplier). REF: https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/KeyboardMouseCommands.html#5

 

P.S. your image is not showing up when I click the link.

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1 hour ago, Ego Eram Reputo said:

P.S. your image is not showing up when I click the link.

 

The link address has https://i.imgur.com/ prepended to it, if you remove that the link works.

 

Based on the image and @Warrick Unknown's description, it looks like they are asking how to turn off the line anti-aliasing.

This can be done using the anti-aliasing option in the toolbar.

 

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See https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/LineCurveTool.html#10 for more information.

 

Also, this thread should probably be moved to the Paint.NET Discussion and Questions section.

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