Photoshop: When moving objects with numeric values (on Transform), it affect the position on ALL updated layer comps

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When setting new numeric values to objects (during Transform), these objects' position is also affected in updated layer comps (that have updated Layer Comp Position TURNED-ON!). 

This happens automatically after re-positioning the objects with numeric values, without updating the layer comps. 

This DOES not happen when manually moving the objects with the arrow keys or the mouse.

Here's a video capture of the bug:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJGZ5f4tJUU

Please fix this - since this bug damages my workflow considerably.

Thank you.
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Daniel

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Jaroslav, I couldn't find another report. Do you have a URL?

I can reproduce the behavior. That said, I'm not sure it's unintended. If you do the translation via transform, it's not really considered a move but a Transform (not in the History panel that the history state is "Transform" which could include simple translation or full-on transformations, the history state without transform is simply "Move")

I've asked engineering to take a look.