Getting "update text layers" every time and font appearance changes

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Dec 23, 2020

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I am getting "Some text layers needs to be updated" every time I reopen a file with a specific font, if I choose to Update, the text becomes weird thin italic looking. If I don't choose to update, the same happens when I try to edit the layer or export a PDF.

  • As far as I have noticed, this happens only with SF Pro
  • Only for weights except Regular
  • If I open the same PSD in Illustrator, it works fine
  • I have tried to reinstall the Font (downloaded from Apple), and Photoshop
  • I have tried to reset Preferences and also tried to delete "CT Font Cache" and "FontFeatureCache" folders from Application Support
  • I have two machines and it happens on both (both are macOS Catalina)
  • Photoshop is 22.1.0

 

Any help is appreciated.

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Getting "update text layers" every time and font appearance changes

Community Beginner ,
Dec 23, 2020

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I am getting "Some text layers needs to be updated" every time I reopen a file with a specific font, if I choose to Update, the text becomes weird thin italic looking. If I don't choose to update, the same happens when I try to edit the layer or export a PDF.

  • As far as I have noticed, this happens only with SF Pro
  • Only for weights except Regular
  • If I open the same PSD in Illustrator, it works fine
  • I have tried to reinstall the Font (downloaded from Apple), and Photoshop
  • I have tried to reset Preferences and also tried to delete "CT Font Cache" and "FontFeatureCache" folders from Application Support
  • I have two machines and it happens on both (both are macOS Catalina)
  • Photoshop is 22.1.0

 

Any help is appreciated.

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Jan 18, 2021

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I had this exact issue. Photoshop update to 22.1.1 seems to have fixed this bug. 

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