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Jan 03, 2020

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I've been testing Photoshop on my new iPad Pro (2018, 11-inch model). When I create a text layer, I can type into it on the screen as expected, no issues. But if I hit the microphone button to use dictation, and speak a few words, only the first 1 or 2 letters of what I said will appear, followed by blanks. Also the microphone shuts off quickly while dictating, within a second or two. I can hit the microphone button again, say something, get 1-2 letters from the beginning of my sentence again, but never a complete phrase in the text layer.

Dictation works fine for changing a layer name in Photoshop, as well as in other apps (including Lightroom for keyword entries) so this has only been a problem using the text layer in Photoshop. There are often times I'd prefer to dictate rather than type. Suggestions or a fix welcomed.

You can log feature requests for Photoshop on the iPad so our team knows which features are most important to you. If someone has already logged a feature you want, you can certainly add your vote for it. Take a look here: Feature Requests: Photoshop Mobile

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M: Feature Request- iOS Dictation to Photoshop text layer

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I've been testing Photoshop on my new iPad Pro (2018, 11-inch model). When I create a text layer, I can type into it on the screen as expected, no issues. But if I hit the microphone button to use dictation, and speak a few words, only the first 1 or 2 letters of what I said will appear, followed by blanks. Also the microphone shuts off quickly while dictating, within a second or two. I can hit the microphone button again, say something, get 1-2 letters from the beginning of my sentence again, but never a complete phrase in the text layer.

Dictation works fine for changing a layer name in Photoshop, as well as in other apps (including Lightroom for keyword entries) so this has only been a problem using the text layer in Photoshop. There are often times I'd prefer to dictate rather than type. Suggestions or a fix welcomed.

You can log feature requests for Photoshop on the iPad so our team knows which features are most important to you. If someone has already logged a feature you want, you can certainly add your vote for it. Take a look here: Feature Requests: Photoshop Mobile

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Jan 07, 2020

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You are not alone.  The text tool on the iPad Photoshop app (whether in app or in the iOS), doesn't look like it handles even a simple copy/paste command.

I attempted to turn off multiple services, using copy/paste from layer names, or even from other apps - no luck.

This should be recorded as a BUG.  (I do find it odd that it can record the first 'sound'  ("ch", "s", "z") well, but results in a blank space.

 

iPadPro 11

iOS 13.3 (17C54)

 

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You can log feature requests for Photoshop on the iPad so our team knows which features are most important to you. If someone has already logged a feature you want, you can certainly add your vote for it. Take a look here: Feature Requests: Photoshop Mobile

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