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02-Jun-2012, 11:56 AM #1
size of a image on a specific layer in photoshop
I had the same problem as Nawlins in 2008: who had the question: "Is there a way in photoshop cs3 to determine the size of an image that has been resized with the transform control? I want a series of images in different layers all exactly the same size but have only been able to accomplish this by figuring it out manually through using the ruler."

I was have the same problem, and I found this solution and wanted to pass it on.

First I went to Edit, Preferences, Units & Rulers and selected "pixels" in the ruler and type of the Units section.

Then I went to the layer with the image I wanted to know the size of and selected it with the Free Transform tool. Then I went to Window, Info and you can see the size of the image in pixels in the info panel.

Hope that helps anyone that was having the same problem.
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04-Jun-2012, 08:43 AM #2
This is interesting .... Many Thanks.
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04-Jun-2012, 12:15 PM #3
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First I went to Edit, Preferences, Units & Rulers and selected "pixels" in the ruler and type of the Units section.

Then I went to the layer with the image I wanted to know the size of and selected it with the Free Transform tool. Then I went to Window, Info and you can see the size of the image in pixels in the info panel.

Hope that helps anyone that was having the same problem.
Or, just Ctrl-click the resized layer to select it, and read the W and H on the info panel.
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