Thank you for your interest in LISP programming.
We were able to directly verify the reported issue and forwarded it to the development team for further analysis, in a way to focus an available solution.
As a work around, we could suggest you to define a function, and to recall it, in place of @.
Please look at the attached movie.
The function to define (at) is the following:
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(defun at ( x y z / lastpt oldx oldy oldz)
(setq lastpt (getvar "LASTPOINT"))
(setq oldx (car lastpt))
(setq oldy (cadr lastpt))
(setq oldz (caddr lastpt))
(list (+ oldx x) (+ oldy y) (+ oldz z))