Photoshop CS6 13.0.5 Puts a Thumb to Bugs
Experiencing issues with Photoshop CS6? Well, duh, it’s software and software is never finished. That said, Adobe has shipped Photoshop CS6 13.0.5, which purports to offer fixes for eight issues and variants thereof.
• Photoshop 13.0.5 (download)
— When a transformed type layer’s point size is changed, the end result should be as if there was no transform (like CS5)
— When moving type layer with free transform active, the font size changes to non-integer values
— Clicking a Pop-up window in a Flash extension panel doesn’t work and/or cause PS to crash
— Info panel displays incorrect adjustment layer values inside groups
— Restore View>Print Size menu command and Zoom tool right-click context menu
— Legacy actions fail due to layer merge naming change
— Black & White adjustment layer scrubby slider does not work if in a layer group
— Custom icons for Flash extension panels are not displayed after changing the Interface color theme
Photoshop CS6 13.0.5 is not available for Creative Cloud users, only for perpetual license holders.
And, for those people pissed at Adobe’s forced march to pay forever software serfdom, check out the Derek Schoffstall’s Eliminate the mandatory “creative cloud” subscription model petition — take action!