Hello Mike, thank's for your reply.
I have the same settings in PS as you. And in AI the stuff you suggest are under control.
The problem with changed values is often not present at the beginning of a project. But when I have worked with the files a couple of days values change slightly.
The problem is that integer values change a little bit and turn into decimal numbers.
My guess is that Adobes programs have some sort of issue with how values are rounded. Or I have had some strange setting on for years or maybe having some bad habit that I'm unaware of.
Which version of Photoshop are you using?
Have you installed ALL the updates?
And do you have "snap to pixel grid" turned on in preferences?
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Are you resizing things with Transform? That can cause oddball font sizes, and would normally be expected to do so.
Chris: I run the latest CC version with pixel grid and snapping turned off.
Noel: You may have a point there!
I often use the transform tool in PS. I don't use it to scale items. Instead I use it as a way to quickly "group" several layers together and move them around on the page. When the layers are "grouped" with the transform tool they can't be deselected which happens easy when working with text and thin lines.
But I never rescale anything with the transform tool. But it maybe changes type values anyway. Guess I have to learn Adobes new layer filtering function and use it instead.