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How can i change the For Loop Index Step from +1 to +2?

How to change the step value of a for loop during execution usind blueprint ForLoop? (Make it not +1)

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asked May 10 '15 at 09:10 AM in Blueprint Scripting

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avatar image eXi May 10 '15 at 09:47 AM

You would need to create your own For Loop i guess.

You can double click the ForLoop Makro and look how it is setup. Then copy all of it into a new Makro and change the part where it makes the index +1 to +2.

Then you can reuse your new ForLoop inside that specific BP.

avatar image glu_ka May 10 '15 at 04:36 PM

oh, I thought that there was another way. thank you

avatar image Detech May 10 '15 at 05:04 PM

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This not work?

avatar image eXi May 10 '15 at 05:34 PM

Hm yeah, this would also work. Just wanted to give him an idea about creating his own makro :X

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