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For those who do not know, in Illustrator or InDesign, in the fields where you enter numeric values (such as height or width fields of an item), the four basic operations we can do.
For example, if you want an item to be 2 times higher, we will type * 2 after the height and validates it by pressing Enter. Same thing if you want to move it 10 pixels on the X axis, + 10 you type after the value in X and you confirm with the Enter key. If instead of hitting Enter, you Alt + Enter, it performs the transformation you while duplicating the item.
By cons, we still can not do it on Photoshop. This is unfortunate because it is handy.
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