I am experiencing this same issue and am unable to find any acknowledgement, nor further information on it....
I am having issues with incorrect font sizes once i've applied a transformation (using cmd-T) to any text. The size doesn't alter within the character pallettes to the new correct size, resulting in an inability to correctly typeset a text layer afterward. For instance, I can highlight text within the exisitng post-transformed layer, and have the pallette tell me it is 16pt. If I change that to 18pt, the highlighted text changes to what visually is a much, much larger font size. I understand there is a relativistic effect going on due to the type layer transformation but I can't figure out how to 'reset' so that the actual current sizes are reflected within the text pallette to make text editing possible without just using guesswork.
Unlikely. At best you'll be told to go to the dubious Photoshop.com "family" feedback site where your suggestion / complaint / issue will become just another drop in a massive bucket. It ain't what it once was, I'm afraid.
Actually, to their credit Adobe seems to listen as well as or better than other big software companies. Their engineers do come around here quite often.
Whether they're given time by their management to clean up all the bugs and problems noted here is a different thing.