Photoshop: Rotated text boxes not staying rotated

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This is for Photoshop.  I've been experiencing an odd bug for some months now.  This behavior did not used to exist.

Context:
Making a greeting card that is folded in quarters.  When printed, the front is right-side-up, but the inside is printed on the same side, but upside-down.

I'll typically create a text box for the inscription, then rotate it upside-down.

The Problem / Bug:
When re-opening the file (psd) another time (and on different devices), the text boxes sometimes are rotated back around.

I "fix" it by rotating it 180 degrees again, but that's not how it should be and annoying.  Hence: it's a bug.

I have not been able to identify any pattern in this.  Other elements (not text boxes) that are rotated stay rotated.  I'm current in version.  I've notice the same behavior on files created or modified on two different machines.  Those are about the only relevant observations I can think of.
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rcc Dave

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Posted 4 months ago

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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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"When re-opening the file (psd) another time (and on different devices)"

Can you define different devices? Is this on different computers? Different OSes? Or on an iPad running Photoshop for iPad?
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rcc Dave

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Two different computers.  Both Windows 10.  An i7 workstation with a Cintiq 21UX as the screen and a Surface Pro 2, which is touch and pen enabled.

No Apple anything.
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Hey Dave, would you be willing to share one of these files with us?  My email is david dot mohr at adobe dot com.  I'm the PS type QE.  I'd like to see if I can reproduce this.
Thanks,
David
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rcc Dave

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David: Thank you for being willing to dig in.  I've just prepared and sent an example for you.  It did it again for me, so hopefully it will "misbehave" for you also.