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Wed, Oct 8, 2014 9:09 AM

Photoshop CC 2014.2: Contact sheet font size problem

Adobe Photoshop CC 2014.2.0 Release. I have a problem, I have just made a contact sheet with font size 10pt the problem is the font size on the rendered contact sheet is 2.88pt. Is this just me, can you have a look.

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6 y ago

Looking into this.

Sr. Product Manager, Adobe Digital Imaging

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6 y ago

Should be fixed in the 2014.2.2 update. Select Help>Updates... to install.

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7 y ago

Got the same issue - maybe had an auto update and it screwed something up, mine worked fine 2 weeks ago!

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6 y ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Typefaces unreadable (too small) using Contact Sheet II and Photoshop CC 2014!.

When I run Contact Sheet II from either Bridge or CC 2014, no mater the size I set my typefaces, I get a slug of text about 1-2 pts tall. In running the same images and sheet in the former version of Photoshop CC, the typefaces work as expected and I can adjust the point size. The same typeface and size is chosen in each of the programs so I'm guessing this may be an issue with an updated feature within CC 2014. Is this a known issue and is there a workaround short of using the older version of Photoshop CC?

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6 y ago

I'm having the same problem. Very frustrating.

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6 y ago

Yes same problem here Jeff any fixes on the way yet?

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Working on it. Hoping to sneak it into our next update.

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Sneak it In?!!! You broke it, fix it now!

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6 y ago

My workaround for now is to use Bridge CS 6 and Photoshop CS 6. Luckily, I have lots of RAM and hard drive space, but it gets me by until the issue is resolved in CC 2014.

It's a little awkward and inconvenient, but works better than trying to edit a sheet of captions, one-by-one to fix the dinky typefaces.

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6 y ago

Thanks! I'll see how it works!

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6 y ago

I had the same problem and the update fixed it. But it is changing all the slashes in a file name to colons. It did not do this in previous versions. We are dealing with product SKU numbers so I need slashes to be slashes.

Even if I rename it in bridge, it will rename it in the contact sheet. HELP

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6 y ago

I would try this work-around.

Run Contact Sheet II. Make sure "flatten image" isn't checked.

Once the sheet is rendered, run "Find and Replace Text" from under the Edit menu. Search for the colon and replace with the slash. Make sure it does this on all the layers. I've used this to change boiler-plate overlays. However, I'm not sure how it will work with a slash and that may be a work-around to the problem.

My guess is that it is outthinking you and thinking that the slash is part of a path rather than a file name.