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Stroke Path problem

Stroke Path problem

Stroke Path problem

This problem happens whenever I use Photo-Paint to draw a contour using a Bezier path (with the Freehand Tool) and Stroke Path. My settings are: Smoothness( Smoothens the Curve,for the path)=0; Nr.of dabs=1; spacing=1(Brush settings).
 I drew a path with PLENTY of nodes (important!drew it SLOWLY) and selected a SMALL nib :1,2 or 3(important! at larger sizes the problem wont be visible).I selected Stroke Path the Hide Path and voila! a line that has portions of different thicknesses ( and it seems it gets thicker in the places where the path nodes were in higher densities).
 What can I do to get uniform "stroke path"-ed contours ?
 Thank you

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