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I am using Adobe Photoshop CS4 to edit a picture.

The problems I have are that I don't know where I can see the mouse cursor coordinate while I move my mouse.

Q1> For example, in Paint.Net, whenever I move mouse cursor, I can immediately see the feedback from bottom-right corner (x, y), how can I see such info in photoshop while I use eyedropper function?

Q2> For example, when in crop mode, I drag-drop a rectangle but I cannot see the size of the created region of interest?

Thank you

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Sorry but this question doesn't belong on here, try superuser.com – Nathan W Aug 25 '10 at 23:08

Window --> Information... a palette appears, and you can see the coordinates of the cursor.

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