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I want to create a shape that automatically synchronizes the size according to the length of the text.
It's already a feature that Premiere Pro often uses when creating subtitles.
How can I use the same functionality in Photoshop?
Photoshop does not currently have this functionality but you can request it in the Ideas tab of this forum.
yes you can request this feature as long as photoshop is a tool of UI design, we need this feature.
actually this feature is also availbel in Adobe XD.
I wonder if the scripting guys could work something out? You'd possibly start by Ctrl clicking the type layer's thumbnail to select it, then apply the extents of that selection to your shape. Is this for something like a lower third graphic? There are a ton of templates available, and a lot of them are free.
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If you replace Template for Script you'll find some automated generators
Thank you for your answer!However, since this function is necessary in Photoshop, I will request the function according to the contents of the other answer.
I work by sharing PSD with collaborators who are not familiar with Photoshop.This is necessary so that they doesn't have to touch other designs when changing text.
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