For example if the original layer had keyframe times of .5, 2, 3, and 5, the new layer would have all the same options except the times would be 3.5, 5,6, and 8.
Also, if the last number(s) (8 above) was beyond the slide time, then the program would adjust the slide time WITHOUT CHANGING the time on any other layers or keyframes.
This would save a tremendous amount of time.
You can grab all the keyframes and just drag them where you want.
Press Alt and start dragging them.
Just make sure that there is enough space left in your timeline of the slide, and that the last keyframe doesn't block the movement. If it does, just delete the last keyframe, and put it back after your change.
Different people do different things with duplicate layers, and adding all sorts of options to the duplicate layer would just clutter the program, IMHO.
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