There is also the "navigation" window under the dialogs menu, which will give 
you a small
window that has a "zoom square" that shows the level of magnification you are 
using.  You
can also drag this window around on the larger image and it will change the 
view in the
main canvas window.  I have used both this and the new view window mentioned by 
saulgoode
to work on zoomed in areas.  Very handy.

--- Lap1994 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Gimp have a preview window that appears when you zoom the image? I know  
> MSPaint have.
> With this you see what your small brush do in the real size image when you  
> are in a zoom of 2x or 4x
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