I have asked a question about how to draw lines without antialiasing in Photoshop. My goal was just to draw straight lines without antialiasing and nothing more (or less).
First a moderator asked "with which tool" in comments. I answered him/her that I don't care which tool to use but just want the described result.
Is this wrong to wish some artifact being drawn with particular graphic software? Or it was not clear what I wish?
Nevertheless I have updated my question with the picture of lines with and without antialising to illustrate what I want since I got some down votes. Meanwhile the question was closed by that moderator as not a question.
Trying to receive an answer, I wrote here about the closure and many people voted my question up because they were thinking it was ok. I got 5 upvotes and 4 downvotes totally. Also I was advised to update my question and flag it which I have done.
Nevertheless my question was not opened. Moreover, the same moderator have edited my question so that it became a duplicate of general question about antialising (which he/she was not knowing what it is previously) and change the close reason to duplication.
I think this moderator just abuses his/her authority not to recognize his/her wrongness. Is it possible to avoid somehow of his/her abuse?
My question is here now: How to draw a line wich is 1 pixel width and many pixels length without anti-aliasing?
I don't know how to see the history, but heard it is possible.