I'm currently working on some very small images in Photoshop. It always tries to anti-alias the edges, but this makes them really blurry on this scale.
Is there any way to turn this off, so I can draw sharp edges?
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To the best of my knowledge... Photoshop doesn't anti-alias most things. (I believe font layers are... but that's another subject) I believe you're referring to "feathered edges" or are working with "semi-transparent areas". You either need to remove the alpha-channel from the layer... (meaning no transparency) or be sure not to use tools that select/create soft-edges or have a feathered edge.
For those who come after, I believe that the issue here is that your shapes are not aligned to the pixel grid.