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Everyone seems to be having issues with this in the graphics forum, so I am dual posting it here as well...

I am setting up some image maps and I need a method of getting the image coordinates (x,y) for specific locations on the picture... If there is a program or plug-in or something that does this on mac? I would very much like to know...
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