Any tips on getting a child to cancel out the scaling of its parent? The parent in this case scales X and Y differently, And I can't figure out how to anti-scale the child so it doesn't stretch.
On the child, I'm trying to do an inverse proportion. (But this obviously applies it to both X and Y the same). Not sure sure how to call specific X or Y scale.
s = thisComp.layer("Parent").transform.scale;
Is giving me a scalar error (?)
As always... brilliant! Thank you very much!
I keep thinking variables can only store one number, not a set of numbers that can be selectively plucked out of a series. Would the programmy term be plucking an element out of a matrix (or is it array?)
If it was a 3D layer, it would be [value/s,value/s,value/s], right?
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