Wierd Photoshop Problem

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Hey guys, sorry if I'm not allowed to post this here, but I couldn't find anywhere else that would fit better.

Basically, I'm trying to copy some tiles into a character spreadsheet, and photoshop isn't copying the blank space. This has worked just fine until today and I can't figure out what could have changed.

Here's what it looks like when I copy it.
upload_2019-6-15_18-6-34.png

And here's what it looks like when I paste it into a fresh file.
upload_2019-6-15_18-9-1.png

As you can see, it doesn't copy all of the blank space, making it hard to center. Any ideas why iy does this?
 

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as far as I've ever experienced, PS doesn't ever copy blank space. You should be able to center it if you have grids set up though.
 

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Do you know how I center it?
 

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I know Ctrl+Shift+V will paste in the same place, and if you select an area and paste normally, it'll paste in the center of the area
 

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another way is to select the grid first, than past it to center it directly, but if its 1 pixel off, it will be 1 pixel left or right like a grid of 48px and the width of 31 wont center 100% and never wil :)

as a photoshop expert, I can tell because im using it over 10 years :D
 

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