I've been using Photoshop for a long time, but this problem has popped very rarely along the way and some how remedied itself - I'd like to know this time what's causing it, and how to solve it.
I'm in a Photoshop document, and I'm working with two different text areas. Both area registering as 14px in size in the Type menu, and yet, they're radically different in size. One is tiny, whilst the other is at least twice, maybe thrice the size. Why is this happening?
I've checked there's no overlapping text areas and things like that, everything should be fairly normal, it just isn't.
I'm using Adobe Photoshop CS6 v13.1.2 x64 for Mac, running on a Macbook Pro Retina 1.83ghz and 8GB ram
Thanks in advance
I have this same issue, and I'll post process photos for clarification:
Here you can see the font size for this text at 26.14px which is accurate:
When I highlight the text, it changes the value to 5.86px, even though it clearly isn't that small.
This is a serious error since I can't accurately deliver size values to my developer. Please help!
We are having the same font size issue.
It seems to be a CS6 problem, if a PSD was created in an older PS version, thats when you get the two different font sizes.
Selecting the text layer from the Layer pallet should show the true value.
This issue has been going on for over 9 months, still waiting for Adobe to correct this problem :-(
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