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4.8P1: Execute Console Command only works every other time

Execute Console Command in Event Begin Play of Level Blueprint only works every other time when doing "play" in editor window: Selected Viewport and Simulate.

Create new blank project with 4.8 P1. Open Level Blueprint, add to Event Begin Play: Execute Console Command "stat fps"

Play. FPS are displayed. Stop. Play again. FPS are not there. Stop. Play third time: FPS are displayed again. This is consistent no matter how often you do this. Also tested with other projects.

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asked May 06 '15 at 07:32 PM in Bug Reports

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avatar image ScottSpadea May 06 '15 at 08:15 PM

isn't stat FPS a toggle function that always behaved like that?

it would be nice if they added functions for HideFPS and ShowFPS, in addition to the toggle function.

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Hi btengelh,

This is expected behavior in PIE, as your console command is affecting the editor and not the game proper. You can see this by entering the command in the editor (use the ~ key and type stat fps) once, then again. It will turn on with the first command, and off with the second. Using this in your Level Blueprint does the same thing. You'll note that after turning it on in the game, it remains on in your Viewport after you stop playing. This will not happen in a packaged game, as that console command only affects that instance of the game.

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answered May 06 '15 at 09:33 PM

avatar image ScottSpadea May 06 '15 at 09:43 PM

is there a way to turn on fps without toggling it? so if you use the function more than once it stays on?

avatar image Ben Halliday STAFF May 06 '15 at 09:51 PM

No, but that's the way console commands work in the editor. Is there a reason you need to do this on Begin Play instead of turning it on in the editor before PIE?

avatar image Ben_Cykyria May 07 '15 at 09:22 AM

How embarrassing... I use this command after begin play in multiple projects for months and I could have sworn by all gods AND sold my first-born that this worked every time.

Thing is: it didn't.

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