Got a little question. I'm using an older Photoshop and I apologize for that but I have to make due with what I have.

In Paint Shop Pro, you can click into an image and the exact pixel coordinate appears at the bottom, making it easy to know where, say, the center of the image is by the coordinates:

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For instance, #1 is my cursor and #2 is the exact pixel coordinates of my cursor inside the image I'm editing.

Does anything like that exist for Photoshop 6.0? Note: this is not CS6, it's just 6.0 (released in 2000, I believe).

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It'll be difficult to find many using 1999-2000 software today.

I believe Photoshop 6.0 had the Info Palette though. That shows the cursor coordinates. It'll be in the View or Window menu.

This is CC's panel, 6.0's palette will look similar. The x/y are coordinates for the cursor.

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  • Yep, I see it. Perfect! Thanks a TON! There's a Navigator tab that's open in that window by default, but when I click on the tab marked Info I can see the coordinates. May 30, 2015 at 17:55

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