Cosmetic: Eliminate 'Duplicate Frames' marking on 'unique' (AE) Essential Graphics elements used in PPro.
In Premiere Pro, using any Essential Graphics element that was authored in After Effects causes an associated master project item to be created once per project (in a 'Motion Graphics Template' bin).
If multiple instances of the same template element are used within the same timeline, then Premiere recognises they are duplicate instances of the master project item and hence displays 'Duplicate Frame Markers' (when enabled) for every timeline instance after the first, despite the fact that every subsequent instance may be entirely unique (eg contain its own unique text, parameter settings etc).
Conversely, when importing/using/creating Essential Graphics elements directly in Premiere Pro, the element exists solely within the timeline ... there is no associated master project item, thus duplicating/reusing the elements does not cause any 'Duplicate Frame' marks to be displayed, as each instance is automatically considered unique.
Please either improve the internal tracking of (AE) Essential Graphics instances used in Premiere Pro so that unique (edited) instances of a single template (ie referencing the same master project item) do not show Duplicate Frames Markers, or simply disable (or add an option to disable) the display of Duplicate Frame Markers on Essential Graphic elements.