Jump to point in a timeline where a clip has been used in a SOURCE SEQUENCE by reverse match framing
This works already right now if you are dealing with clips, but not sequences of clips. If you load a sequence in to the source monitor and press the 'reverse match frame' button to find where/if a given frame has been used in the timeline, nothing will currently happen even if the source frame HAS definitely been used in the timeline.
What’s needed is for the reverse match and match frame commands to work the same way with sequences of clips loaded in to the source monitor as they do with individual clips. If a frame of any constituent clip in a source sequence is reverse match framed, the playhead in the timeline should jump to that frame. Right now it only does that if you’ve inserted the clip you're reverse match framing in to the timeline as part of a nested sequence.
This should also work with traditional match-framing, that is, you may have a clip in your timeline and want to jump to the point in the source monitor where that clip is used. Currently, if you have a source sequence loaded in the source monitor and attempt to match frame a timeline clip, the individual source clip is loaded rather than the source monitor's playhead jumping to the appropriate point in the already loaded source sequence.
Trevor Asquerthian commented