Did you know that the bottom-left corner of a Photoshop window can display some really useful information? One of my favorites is Document Dimensions. “Oh! You don’t have to go to Image>Image Size to see the size of an image?” Nope, and there’s more. Click on the arrow to the right of the status bar to see all your options. The default 32-bit Exposure is perhaps the most useless unless you’re working in 32-bit space. But look at all the useful goodies, such as scratch disk size, name of the current tool, and more.
This tip originally appeared in Colin Smith’s Photoshop Tips column in the September, 2022 issue of Photoshop User magazine.
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