For those who don't have the problem... hard to test!
I faked it by using the scaling to "create" the problem. And for me, yes, the bounding box does not appear, but it also doesn't appear in the Graphics panel. And nothing I do results in being able to edit a text layer. Very odd.
Posting a link to this thread in the other one with users experiencing what you are.
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I figured out what is going on - apparently the workspace has nothing to do with it really - if you click on the Program monitor and then adjust the height of the monitor to a certain point, the Bounding Box magically appears and works. If you then re-adjust the Program monitor to a lower height, it goes away. See my video below - so weird!
Off being entertained for the day... will play with this tomorrow. Interesting!
I could not replicate moving the window various ways: with my scaling set to 100% (text 150%) as before.
Set to 125%, I can make the bounding box appear and disappear by moving the size of the program monitor window. I could find no other condition that made a difference (resolution 1/4 up to full; resolution "fit" to any specific percentage 100%, 50%, 200%).
So I can still not replicate the problem on my system without changing scaling.
Yes, the RED bounding box is BACK, but only when I'm set to Graphics workspace, and it disappears under Editing...smh. But, the BEST part is that I have a bounding box for my text now.
THANK YOU ALL!!!
I get the red bounding box in all workspaces. If you haven't, pick the editing workspace and Window -> Workspaces -> Reset to saved layout and/or reset preferences.
That is an improvement!