Photoshop CS6 13.0.1: Unexpected behavior from Image > Trim > Transparent Pixels

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When removing a layer and exposing the transparent background, then wanting to trim the artboard to the new dimensions using the image > Trim... > Transparent Pixels from all edges, it resizes the canvas to fit the new layer, but includes all of the image that bleeds off of the artboard, even if it's masked. Shouldn't react like previous versions, where it trims away only the transparent pixels within the current artboard, and ignores all information outside of the artboard?

Computer info: Photoshop cs6 13.0.1 on Late 2010 Mac Pro > Snow Leopard
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Chris Klekamp

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Chris Cox, Sr. Computer Scientist

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Hmm, I think I remember a bug report saying that ignoring information outside the art board was a problem (I certainly wouldn't want it to lose data just because it was outside the document bounds).
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I wouldn't expect it to crop/delete out the data, just remove the existing transparent pixels.
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Chris Klekamp

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This must be a situational bug, because I tried it again last night and this morning and it functioned as need...
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Gilad Koriski

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Trim doesn't work at all on PS CC, Very furstrating