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Mouse Coordinates in Photopaint v8

Mouse Coordinates in Photopaint v8

(OP)
how EXACTLY, do i get the mouse coordinates to display in the task bar of pp8?

theoretically, i should be able to customize the task bar and add them but that option does not seem to exist.

in pp6, the mouse coords along with the size of any rectangle or line were displayed in the lower left of the task bar.

the help file in pp8 'seems' to indicate that this is available via customize, but i dont see it.

thx in advance.

vic

RE: Mouse Coordinates in Photopaint v8

(OP)
nevermind... found it myself...

if anyone else runs into this... they moved it from the status bar to its new stightly less intuitive position as a Roll Up, called Image Info.

it can be accessed by right clicking anywhere in the toolbar area, and placing a checkmark next to Rollups/Dockers.  you can then dock this mini bar to any toolbar area if desired.

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