Incorrect Transform Resizing
When I resize an object in Illustrator by typing the exact number in the dimensions box it reverts it to be slightly off.
For example (Attached images follow my example explanation below):
I have a logo that is 2012.13px wide that I need to be 2000px wide. I should be able to simply type 2000px in the transform width box, but when I do it reverts it to 1999.998px wide. If I type in 2000px again it will stay at 1999.998px. The only way around it that I have found is to change it to something drastically different like 1000px width and then change it to the 2000px width. Then it finally sticks at the desired width of 2000px.
I would like to say this is just a minor bug that I could deal with and just always have to manually adjust this multiple times to get it to stick. However, I also have a script that I often run that needs to size objects to a specific width or height and this same bug occurs. My script is set up to the exact diminsions in the code and is exhibiting the exact same errors that I see when working manually which means I dont have a user error with my code or script, this is a larger bug with Illustrator.
Another thing that might be helpful for getting this bug resolved: I have found this error to occur most often when I am working on resizing grouped objects that contain vector shapes as well as text boxes with text.
I am running Version 10.15.2 mac OS Catalina and also have the most updated version of Illustrator 2020.