Fonts in Photoshop cc 2014 don't look like they do on the web or in FontViewer. In the example below, Font 'A' is what the font looks like online and in my local FontViewer program. Font 'B' is what it looks like in Photoshop. Notice the apostrophe. In font 'A' the apostrophe is a straight verticle line (more or less). However, whenthe font is used in Photoshop, the apostrophe is curved or hooked shape. Can anyone explain this? Every single font that I expect to have the straight verticle apostrophe displays a curved or hooked one instead. This happens for every font; not just one or two. And yes, I have tried turning Ordinals off/On.
Adobe Community Professional, Apr 28, 2021Apr 28, 2021
jane-e • Adobe Community Professional, Apr 28, 2021Apr 28, 2021
Hi @steved63883344 The straight quotes are called "primes" and are used with inches and feet. Photoshop is an image editor with limited text functions. Curly quotes are proper with text. This is in InDesign and you can see it works well. The primes have keyboard shortcuts. Photoshop does not have a similar menu. Here is the Glyphs panel for Adobe Caslon Pro. It appears to have the primes, but when I tested, they convert to quotes. Looking further, I found that you can type primes in...