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  1. So I'm starting to build out my custom folder structure using Lucidity. I have a recursive function that creates data dictionary chunks for each folder path and stores them in a list to be iterated over (much like in the create folders example hook). This is working great, but I'm running into issues with asset builds. When I try to get the object type of an asset build using this: item_type = item['object_type']['name'].lower() It returns a string: 'asset build' This is causing an issue with the Lucidity templates because they don't like spaces apparently. So when I'm creating my data dictionary chunk: templates_dict[item_type] = {'name': item['name']} And go to format the data: defregister_templates(self):='{project.name}/{folder.name}/3D/{asset build.name}/Production/{task.name}' returnTemplate('asset-maya',.join([,'Maya'])) I get an error that says 'Placeholder name contains invalid characters' If I do something like this: if item_type == 'asset build': item_type = 'assetbuild' It fixes the problem, is this an acceptable solution?