Slip audio without moving keyframe.
I think it is a better workflow because if we slip it is because we want to change the content of the clip, not the keyframe.
Franklin Nin commented
First, explain what is Track Keyframe.
Second, I'm no talking about moving a clip or another tool but slip a clip with Slip Tool.
For example working with audio, if you have many keyframes in different parts of a music to lower the volume and you want to slip the audio, all the keyframes will move of position ruining what you had done with the keyframes in the positions you want.
This is why sliding is better workflow for content without moving keyframes.
If you want to keep the value of that keyframe in that position just move the clip to the desired position.
If you can show why it is better to keep the keyframes while you slide your answer will be welcome.
Jim Simon commented
Clip keyframes are tied to specific frames. What you're asking for here would invalidate the fundamental nature of keyframes. That's a bad idea.
Additionally, what you want can already be achieved by using Track keyframes.