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How can I view detailed information (width, height, bit depth, etc) of an image I have loaded in

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Interesting. There doesn't seem to be a way to do that in If you don't mind popping out to use Windows Explorer: open the file's properties, go to the Summary tab and click the Advanced button if you can see it. That should show what you want. Yes, I realize that this doesn't answer your question. But a workaround is the next best thing, right?

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The image height and width is displayed at the bottom right of the status bar, next to the current cursor location.

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