Photoshop: Shape crops itself when duplicated via Command-J in Photoshop CS6

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Duplicating a rectangle with rounded corners results in the top of the vector shape being cropped at the lower two of the four points that create the radius. The bottom four points remain intact. You should know that the element was dragged from another file. And, therefore, I wonder if this might be related to the acknowledged type sizing bug noted elsewhere on the forum.

This annoyance occurs when using the Mac keyboard shortcut Command-J. It does NOT occur when duplicating the element via the Layers palette's "Duplicate Layer" option.

Unfortunately, this is an intermittent problem. The issue occurs in Mac OS X 10.8.2 and 10.8.3.

MacBook Pro (early 2011)
2GHz i7
Mac OS 10.8.3
PS version 13.0.4 x64

Please advise. Thanks.
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Terrence Seaford

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Howdy Terrence,

This might be related to a bug we have with transformed type, but only if the vector shape was also transformed. Do you know if it was?

Either way, would it be possible for you to send me a file exhibiting this problem?

I will follow up with an email.