Calculated field doesn't calculate

If I create a form from scratch , I can make it calculate a field for me, but if I import even a simple PDF into LiveCycle Designer, and try to add fields and make them calculate, they just sit there, not calculating anything.
Attached is a form I'm trying to make calculate something for me.  The top 3 unmarked boxes are A, B and C.  C is supposed to calculate A+B.  I don't know why it won't... any ideas?

You are using FormCalc syntax on the JavaScript calculate event. Use either
// topmostSubform.Page1.c::calculate - (FormCalc, client)
$.rawValue = a + b
or
// topmostSubform.Page1.c::calculate - (JavaScript, client)
this.rawValue = a.rawValue + b.rawValue;
Steve

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