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[Request] Convert to Function in Blueprint

Is it possible to include a feature that can convert collapsed nodes to functions? ie: Right click on collapsed node and select "Convert To Function" which will create a new function with the same name/inputs/outputs and replace the collapsed node with this new function.

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asked Mar 11 '14 at 04:51 AM in Everything Else

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Ive also requested almost the same thing https://rocket.unrealengine.com/questions/5926/request-bp-promote-collapsed-nodes.html I was mainly aiming towards macros though :)

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Hi Satheesh,

Thanks for the feedback, I have submitted your request.

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