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Having a weird problem that started somewhere in the last few updates to Photoshop CC.
I do a lot of GIF'd party flyers. For some reason, Photoshop is slicing off the top of my graphics & occasionally text boxes. The only fix is if I move the image and then drag it back in place. It's as if there is an invisible boundary box that is cutting off the top of certain text boxes/graphic/etc.
circle graphic that is cut off:
same graphic, just moved and then placed back in the same location:
Try enabling this option and restarting Photoshop
That did it! cannot thank you enough
No worries, glad you got it sorted
I tried restarting twice after clicking legacy compositing and it's still not working?
I'm having this same issue!
I'm having this issue, but it says there no longer is the option to enable Legacy Compositing! Super frustrating.
Adobe any thoughts to this?
Creative Cloud allows you to go back to a previous version of Photoshop. Click on the 3 dots at the right hand side and then "Other Versions" and you can select how far back you want to go. I went back to v.22.0 and this problem was resolved. I'll wait for Adobe to sort things out before updating again.
This has not worked for me it is still cutting off my text and I was hoping to use a certain font. It's making it impossible to finish
This is an old thread. Can you tell us what version of Photoshop you're using? Does turning the GPU off help? (If the latter, try updating the GPU's drivers.)