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Motion Graphics Template allowing superscript selection

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I've created an animated title template in After Effects to be used Premiere. The template works well, except that we often need to include a registered trademark in the titles. Is there a way to allow the user to select a part of text to be superscript? I've seen some mention sourcerecttime to come up with a solution, but I don't believe that will work for me, since it could be in the middle or end of a line of text.

 

"This is a great Product®" or "This Product® is great"

 

I'm open to any solutions! Thanks for looking!

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I'm pretty sure you'll need multiple text layers stacked one after the other with expressions to achieve that with some toggle option if your text is a regular/super/or subscript.

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Motion Graphics Template allowing superscript selection

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I've created an animated title template in After Effects to be used Premiere. The template works well, except that we often need to include a registered trademark in the titles. Is there a way to allow the user to select a part of text to be superscript? I've seen some mention sourcerecttime to come up with a solution, but I don't believe that will work for me, since it could be in the middle or end of a line of text.

 

"This is a great Product®" or "This Product® is great"

 

I'm open to any solutions! Thanks for looking!

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Correct answer by justintaylor | Adobe Community Professional

I'm pretty sure you'll need multiple text layers stacked one after the other with expressions to achieve that with some toggle option if your text is a regular/super/or subscript.

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I'm pretty sure you'll need multiple text layers stacked one after the other with expressions to achieve that with some toggle option if your text is a regular/super/or subscript.

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@justintaylor thanks for the idea. That did help me come to a solution.

 

I included an additional registered trademark for each of the lines with a toggle on/off switch and a horizontal position slider to allow the user to place it where necessary. Maybe not the most elegant solution, but it works well with my animations and allows the user to place it wherever necessary in the line.

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