How to paint individual pixels in Photoshop?

When I zoom in all the way, to PS's limit, I notice that when attempting to paint on individual pixels, the surounding pixels are also being effected.

Anyway to avoid bleeding in other pixels at maximum magnification?

sandshakimiAsked:
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bnbhooverCommented:
Use the pencil tool and set the brush size to 1 px, opacity to 100%. It sounds like you're using the airbrush tool which will always antialias with the pixels surrounding the one you are trying to affect.
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