This has bothered me for ages, a way out of the problem is to, of course, create the text in a new layer, and then position that where you need it. My question is, however, why does Photoshop render (a large majority of fonts) Helvetica, one of the most popular fonts ever, not directly under the letter above?
The green line is a guide, with the letter 'P' just off of the guideline. The first letter of the top sentence is exactly where it should be.
Double checking, It could have been to do with my letter spacing at
44; reducing to
0, does not rectify the problem.
Why does Photoshop render the font so?