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Perhaps now you'll understand why your thread was already on Page 4 when I replied.
o.k station_two thank you for taking the time and duly noted.
I do hope you actually read the problem since 95% of the general boilerplate text you posted is not relevant for this type of problem.
may I refer you to this post on a related topic:
which is only one sentence without any explanation of hardware and memory or screenshots and it is
still quite clear what the problem is and it got quite a few responses.
this is not a version or computer related problem since I have checked it
in more than one computer and version. the other specifications are not relevant and screenshots won't further clarify the problem.
about the attachment you can download the file without doing anything simply by choosing "slow download"
I am not aware of a free service for upload psd files here in the forum but if there is one please enlighten me.
I figured this out a long time ago and forgot to post it. there's seem to be a enigmatic connection between scaling the text with free transform, and changing it's pt value. you can make a text large in either of those, but once you scale it with free transform, it changes the increments relatively the next time you use the short cut to increase it's size.
you add a text let's say it's 100pt when you add it:
no you want to increase/decrease it's size so you use the shortcut Ctrl+Alt+ < > - it will increase or decrease by 1 pt. but if you change it's size with free transfrom (Ctrl+T) and scale it 50%
now when you use the shortcut Ctrl+Alt+ < > to increase/decrease it will do that by 0.5pt values. this was influencing my workflow when working many with PSD templates with text, (for instance someone created the template and scaled back and forth and now the shortcut has some weird increments that are not good for anyone) and I am sure that knowing about this behavior is important.
I noticed the same issue after an editable text has been manually transformed: the keyboard shortcuts to increase/decrease the font size (Cmd-Shift-; or Cmd-Shift-, on Mac) don't apply a plain 1 or 2 pt increment but a value relative to the manual transformation.
I guess it would need the transformation value to be reset to 100% for font size in/de-creasing, but i can't find any feature to do this.
Finally, it looks like something's missing in these features that badly interact with each other.
Another issue related to this: when a text is manually non proportionally scaled, its vertical/horizontal scale is not reflected in the Text panel that still shows 100%/100%.
Other Adobe software like InDesign or Illustrator manage this perfectly, so why not Photoshop?
Should we wait for Photoshop 30 or 40?