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 When the user requests a new random seed, the values of all dependent parameters are randomized as well, with the restrictions outlined below. When the user requests a new random seed, the values of all dependent parameters are randomized as well, with the restrictions outlined below.
  
-  * Slider parameters ​– the random value is picked only within the range defined by the slider, ignoring what the absolute range may be. +  ​* **Slider parameters**: the random value is picked only within the range defined by the slider, ignoring what the absolute range may be. 
-  * Angle parameters ​– the random value is picked between 0° and 360°, unless the range of the angle has been further limited. +  ​* **Angle parameters**: the random value is picked between 0° and 360°, unless the range of the angle has been further limited ​within that range. Although most angle parameters do not have a lower or upper bound, values below 0° or above 360° are never picked, due to the differences in which effects interpret angle values
-  * Point parameters ​– the random location is picked within the video frame only. Any constraints ​defined by the point parameter are currently ​ignored. +  ​* **Point parameters**: the random location is picked within the video frame only, unless the developer has further restricted the range within the frameThe randomized location never falls outside the frame. Currently, all other constraints ​set for the point parameter are ignored.
 ==== On-screen Control ==== ==== On-screen Control ====
  
 Random seed parameters are available via on-screen UI in Final Cut Pro X and Motion 5. By default, a single button lets the user assign a new seed value. Users can hold down the Option key to edit the current value instead. Random seed parameters are available via on-screen UI in Final Cut Pro X and Motion 5. By default, a single button lets the user assign a new seed value. Users can hold down the Option key to edit the current value instead.
  
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