Bumping for visibility...
Thanks Pierre. Some good bug fixes. Since CS6 is the last perpetual version of Photoshop, and Adobe says it will be supported for some time, maybe it will become the first Photoshop to be completely bug-free!
However bugs reported over two years ago and acknowledge are still not fixed. And the CS6 Bug I reported that Adobe fixed in the cloud version and also stated they would consider fixing it in the none cloud version was again not fixed with this latest update.http://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/photoshop_cs6_32 bit_and_64bit_script_bug
So we still have a buggy CS6
Here are some I would like to see fixed how about you:
I have to admit that it crossed my mind! :)
There is an answer by JJMack I can't see, there are some server problems...
There seems to be a bunch of server problems over the past four or five hours. Many times there's been an indication of a new post in several threads but nothing new is there when I open the thread.
Upgraded to 13.0.5 last night, and so far it's working smoothly and snappily in my current dinky Intel Core Duo 2 system. (Getting a Mac Pro (1,1) Xeon 2.66 GHz Quad-Core with 13 GB of RAM on Thursday.)
"Print Size" view is back, albeit not as a button in the options bar of the zoom tool, but as a menu item in the "View" menu of Photoshop. I'm OK with that.
Thank you PE. Appreciate the heads up.
Eww. Bad news on the update (13.0.5 Mac). Looks like it resurrected some old Character Value problems that appear after scaling text.
I see a couple of Character Property Values screwed up after scaling text. Here is one easy to reproduce on my end:
create new file 1000 x 1000 @ 72PPI
Type in two lines of text at 72 pt.
Go Edit >Transform>Scale and scale text either up or down, commit transform.
Select the two lines of text and use scrubby to input leading value. after release of scrubby the leading value jumps to unexpected numbers.