"Load last selection" and "Repeat last transform operation"

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I am doing compositing work and often I need to transform multiple assets the exact same way. If I use the liquify tool, its easy to save the mesh and re-load it for use on all the assets. But if I need to use the regular transform tool on 1 asset (stretch, corner pin, warp, etc), there is no way I can transform 2 assets the same way.
By the way, if I have 2 assets with the same dimensions, I would need to make the same selection to them. I know I can save/load selections, but it will be much faster to have an option to load the last used selection, as seen in the liquify menu.

So, is it possible to implement these 2 functions: "load last selection" and "save/load transform operation" or "repeat last transform operation"?
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You mean like the Transform Again command?
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Emilian Dechev

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Sorry I was not clear enough. I guess what I meant was a function for "save selection and transform operation".

I will try to explain more:

The "transform again" is great, but lets say I need to corner pin to the same place 2 assets with different dimensions. The tool needs to be smart so it actually makes different transform in order to conform it to the first one.

On the other hand, it would be nice to have a save/load for both the selection and transformation. For example if I select a woman's legs and stretch them by 70 pixels, then I save this "select + transform set" as "long legs 70". Then I can repeat the same operation on multiple files, so her legs will be evenly stretched on all photos by 70 pixels.

(By the way the current "transform again" does not work with the "warp tool".)

And the "load last selection" is just another request....

Sorry if such small and odd requests bother you Adobe guys, thanks for your time!