Liquify - Remembering 'Show Backdrop', 'Use' and 'Mode' Settings

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Idea: within 'Show Backdrop' in Liquify we should have the ability for Photoshop to remember both a layer name within 'Use' and a setting within 'Mode'. 

For example whenever I am retouching photography for a certain client I always have two layers within the PSD im sent. The image itself and a layer ALWAYS called 'Retouch Notes' with drawings on how he wants the image to be liquified. So I always go into Liquify and choose 'Retouch Notes' layer with 'Use' and 'Show Infront' within 'Mode'. This allows me to look at the notes whilst liquifying the image. 

If im working on a lot of files it could save a lot of time if I wasn't having to constantly re-enter these settings.What do you all think of this idea? I'm quite surprised something as simple as this hasn't already been implemented. I'd really appreciate if this could become a feature.
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