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kamicrafted says

I think any type of work that needs dynamic resizing or needs to be aware of stage dimensions, TL works best (in my experience.)

If you don’t use TL, all the points become relative which you would need a lot more work in tracking, whereas using it you can always track the pixel points on the screen based on the top left 0-0 which makes life much easier.

That being said, seems like a static layout wouldn’t really need use of TL esp. if what you want is for the content to be CC since that would be additional code to counter the TL setting.

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