I have a number of layers in a Photoshop document.
I want to find out what a specific layer's width and height is. How do I do that?
I have an action that does this:
Cmd+A, Cmd+C, Cmd+N
When I run this action I'm left with
You then can press Esc to close the window.
( On windows just think of the Cmd as Ctrl )
You can make a selection of the layer for example by ctrl or cmd clicking the layer thumbnail and then looking at the
From the upper right corner where you can see the arrow pointing down, you can find the options and within there you can set the
Here's another answer that is slightly related: How to measure the distances in .psd
Especially the bottom part of the answer that lists methods to exporting layer styles as css, which includes width and height, of course.
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