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    Situation: I have parallel folder structures.
    CLIENT/PROJECTS/ProjectName/project.aep
    and
    CLIENT/RENDERS/ProjectName/RendersDate
    "Renders" is dropbox shared with the client so they can just watch for new files.

    I can write a template that chains together "../" tokens to climb up the hierarchy from the project folder and then down the Renders hierarchy, but it's brittle because if I subfolder my AEP, there is a mismatch and then a bunch of folders get spawned.

    I'd love a token that's like "..../CLIENTNAME" so I can say "climb up this hierarchy UNTIL THIS PARTICULAR FOLDER and then down.

    (Yes I'd need different render templates per client, but that's okay)

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    What about a bounding box for the keyframes? That replicates a typical and obvious use case, communicates a clear mode, and allows for even more scaling options (center based).

    The bounding box could be constant or a separate mode triggered by a command (Cmd T for transform?). Yes if you’re a constant opt dragger, it’s an extra step but you get more flexibility.

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    I wasn't particularly verbose in my original request so I'll explain more here.

    Sometimes, in animations, there are certain values that are not creative as much as they are derived. "At frame 10, this object should land where this other object is." "The first keyframe of this layer should be positioned offscreen the width of the layer, so it always enters from off the frame, even if we change the size of the layer."

    It is possible to use expressions to make these decisions, but if a property is controlled by expressions its controlled entirely by those expressions and no manual key framing is possible without creating hybrid systems using expression controllers and conditional expressions.

    I am proposing that keyframes can be double clicked to edit and in the resulting dialog there is an expression window that allows the user to enter an expression that can be evaluated only for frames involving that keyframes value.

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    How would we move panels around?

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    Alternately, update Liquify to be able to reference a Map layer, the way Displacement Map can.

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