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#1 kami

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 12:58 AM

Hi everybody, cant believe I just found out about this place.
Great place to share and find out new things about our favorite tool.

Now on with my problem.
I'm saving my document from fireworks .png to Photoshop .psd and everything works more or less OK and now comes the but part :)

Text boxes appear in Photoshop too big. Height is 500% more than it should be.
So basically text-boxes in Fireworks appear OK but when I save it as .psd text boxes brake and get to

Only thing I can do is manually adjust text box height in Photoshop which is very time consuming.
Does anybody have same problem or maybe even better solution?

I'm offering case of beers for problem solver, this is killing me! I have 30 templates that i need to manually adjust!

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#2 raja

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Posted 27 October 2012 - 04:05 AM

can u atatch the png ? so that its easy for su to look into it

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#3 kami

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 02:05 AM

Here it is.

http://badabing.com.hr/test/

Hear is a PNG and PSD with same text but too big text box.


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#4 kami

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Posted 30 October 2012 - 12:36 AM

An answer from other forum


I wonder what causes this? I notice that area text in Fireworks doesn't seem to have a height; it simply expands vertically to fit the content. Maybe this is related somehow.


It's not a pretty solution, but instead of manually adjusting the height of a text box in Photoshop, you can convert it to point text and then back to area text, using the commands Layer > Type > Convert to Point Text and Layer > Type > Convert to Paragraph Text. To make this easier, you could record these two commands as an Action (and call it "FW Text Box fix" or something).


This solution might be even easier to apply in Photoshop CS6, where you can use the Layers panel to sort content by type, allowing you to find and select all the Text objects in your document more quickly.


#5 Alan

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Posted 03 November 2012 - 02:22 PM

Hi kami - thanks for the posting the fix that helps! Looks like the bug is related to switching between point text and area text.