Photoshop: Is it possible to proportionally resize multiple font sizes by dragging the TT-'slider' ?

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While using the type tool, the little TT icon left from the point size, is my favorite thing in the world. Click and drag and instantly see your text enlarge or reduce in size.

However: when you have more than 1 font size in your selected text, this becomes unusable.

For obvious reasons ofcourse, there's not just 1 font size to enlarge or reduce.
Or is it that obvious?

Wouldn't it be great if this slider still worked with more font sizes selected, enlarging or reducing the font sizes proportionally?

It is possible now, but only by closing the text field and 'free transforming' it.
It does produce some random point sizes with a few numbers behind the comma, but that's no problem.

This would really speed up the text workflow.

Is it possible? :)

Thanks!
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Joost de Haas

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