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Move all actors in an array at once

Hi all,

So I have an array of actors inside a BP and I'd like to change all of their z coordinates smoothly moving it upwards together so all the actors move up at once. How can I do this?

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asked Feb 21 '15 at 08:17 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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CPU can't do things to all objects at once, we still don't have quantum computers to do so :p so you need to do that in sequence for each object in array, ForEachLoop node will help you to do so

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answered Feb 21 '15 at 08:29 PM

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avatar image ShrewGlue Feb 21 '15 at 09:09 PM

But what if I'm using a timelien to move it?

Woudn't wiring a for each loop into -> a timeline into -> an add actor offset run the timeline-> move actor1 then run timeline-> move actor 2?

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If you just use a ForEach loop they will all move together at once. It's all done in one CPU cycle/frame.

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