I do not know what Jinn mean , but I can say big YES to include math in the input fields. Lots of software have this function. Will be really good if you can incorporate this in photoshop.

Just to clarify for these which cannot understand:

+(addition)
- (subtraction)
/(division)
*(multiplication)
These functions can be added in the input fields. If you want to move a point of a shape with for example 45px left, you can just write -45 next to the number in the field:) http://screencast.com/t/5BHuiHZzeT

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I do not know what Jinn mean , but I can say big YES to include math in the input fields. Lots of software have this function. Will be really good if you can incorporate this in photoshop.

Just to clarify for these which cannot understand:

+(addition)

- (subtraction)

/(division)

*(multiplication)

These functions can be added in the input fields. If you want to move a point of a shape with for example 45px left, you can just write -45 next to the number in the field:) http://screencast.com/t/5BHuiHZzeT

Please Adobe add this :)

Regards,

SK

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