Photoshop CC 2018: Character leading broken

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In the latest update to Photoshop CC 2018, character leading is broken. I cannot type into the box or manually adjust with the up down keys. This is a bit of a showstopper...
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Wesley Bramwell

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Posted 2 years ago

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Ben Gregory

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Bump, myself and another of my team have been experiencing this too
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Clément Ménard

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled New Photoshop CC 2018 has a bug with "Interligne" (in French - "Vertical spacing ....

New Photoshop CC 2018 has a bug with "Interligne" (in French - "Vertical spacing between lines" in English i think). We can't manually change this value, and if we use the mouse to modify the value by clicking on the icon, it's impossible.
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Nicholas Lavis

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This is consistently interrupting my workflow, Resizing assets is a large part of what I do and not being able to transform text is significantly slowing me down. Any updates on a fix?
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Nicholas Lavis

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Reverting to previous version in the meantime
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Official Response
This should be resolved in the 19.0.1 update released last night. Please update Photoshop using the Creative Cloud desktop app, and let us know if it's fixed for you!

Regards
Pete
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Serrada

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Almost all flaws and bugs in the text module are past in my case. Thanks!
I have still a small issue with 'paragraph panel / first line indent' that seems to add the indent at the end of the line instead up front. However no big issue. Regards.
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Andres_asm

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I don't have this (new) problem on  Win10  v1703 and v1709
Mac? OS?
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melquam

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Updated, and now live preview of character properties is broken. Thanks Obam.. I mean, thanks Adobe.
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Pete Green, Customer Advocate

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Thanks Melquam, we're looking into this one. 
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Andres_asm

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It's OK now. Thank you.
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We're aware of the issue and looking into a fix.  The problem should be fixed with the next release.

Thanks,
David
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John Maguire

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Seems to be working here.
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David, Official Rep

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For the original bug, the text must be transformed in order to trigger the problem.  The bumping update was a known result of that fix, but the lesser of two evils.

Thanks,
David
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled line spacing bug when setting a custom space.

Since updating Photoshop CC, when editing text so that the line spacing is set to a custom size rather than select a predefined value i the 'Character' panel, it jumps to a huge number and errors.  I have tried multiple ways to set is manually but the only way I can get it to "work" is from selecting one of the drop down options which doesn't work for me.
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Hi Ben,

The jumping of values is fixed with the 19.0.1 release, now available.  There remains a problem with previews of scrubbing and bumping not updating live, but this was a consequence of that fix and should be fixed with the next release.

Thanks,
David
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C Clavo

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Thank you
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Enrico Baravelli

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Yeah @David I hope the 19.0.1 preview bug for the "character" mofidications is intended as a bug and will be fixed soon
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InfluenCEL

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Is it safe to assume that next release won't be anytime soon? 
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cdom

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You're assuming it's safe to assume...
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InfluenCEL

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'Thanks' cdom!