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when using javascript to flatten an image with text layers the text layers change

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Apr 07, 2023 Apr 07, 2023

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Hi, I've got a strange issue. If I flatten/merge layers on a file manually in photoshop, it all works as usual.

But when I have the same done with JavaScript, the text layers looks flattens with the look of "Align with layers" in stroke and gradient overlay turned off.

 

Has anyone experienced this? And do you have a solution. I've updated Photoshop to 24.3 but didn't fix anything.

 

Thanks

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Apr 07, 2023 Apr 07, 2023

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Are you viewing at 100% in both cases?

 

Providing screenshots at 100% view would be helpful, as would a sample file.

 

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Interesting question that I do not understand even if I am not scripter. Doing things using JS or Photoshop action should result the same as manual work because nor action nor JS is doing job but rather Photoshop regardless of how command or function is triggered. At least thats how things should work in my opinion.

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