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SNumericEntryBox error: use of undefined type in

Hi I'm having trouble declaring an SNumericEntryBox in Slate. Declaring other types of widgets seems to work (SButton, STextBlock etc)

Problem occured I believe when switching from Slate to SlateBasics.h

Please help! What am I missing here???? Using 4.7.6 (latest hotfix)

This is for a plugin extending the editor.

             + SHorizontalBox::Slot()
                 SNew(STextBlock).Text(LOCTEXT("Category", "Name"))
             + SHorizontalBox::Slot()
                         .Value(this, &MyClassName::GetVariable)
                         .OnValueChanged(this, &MyClassName::SetVariable)

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asked Apr 22 '15 at 10:12 PM in C++ Programming

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SNumericEntryBox isn't included by SlateBasics.h so you'll need to include its header ( SNumericEntryBox.h ) yourself.

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answered Apr 23 '15 at 10:00 AM

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avatar image Meowski Apr 23 '15 at 11:09 AM

Thanks for putting up with such a simple problem!

That did the trick :)

avatar image TastyStock Dec 07 '18 at 07:49 PM

Thanks for asking a simple question. It turns out the numeric entry box api page has "Runtime/Slate/Public/SlateFwd.h" as the .h to use -- which wouldn't allow me to compile.

avatar image Jamie Dale STAFF Dec 10 '18 at 03:44 PM

It looks like the documentation generator is picking up the forward declaration rather than the real type when listing the header to include. I've passed that on to the docs team to investigate.

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