Photoshop: liquify filter applicable as smart filter without having to save the mesh separately

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As long as Photoshop’s Liquify is not applicable as Smart Filter and can save the mesh automatically/internally I use the feature only very reluctantly.
Unfortunately Puppet Warp and Displace Filter lack the full power of Liquify, so I’d like Liquify improved towards applicability as a Smart Filter.

I assume the Mesh being stored in the File would mean some bloat but still ...
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Wouldn't it be handy to be able to save the liquify mesh inside the psd/tiff file?

Any thoughts?

/Daniel

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Photoshop: Liquify mesh saved inside the file.
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Would be aweseome if liquify could become non-destructive and applicable to Smart Objects

I always have a bad feeling about rasterizing layers, for liquify I have no choice. Would be great, if this could be implemented as a non-destructive filter also.

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Photoshop: Non-destructive version of liquify filter.