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skeletal mesh abbreviation (naming conventions)

probably a very simple and easy question... But we try to stick to good naming conventions. You have abbreviations for static meshes (SM_) and blueprints (BP_) and what not.

however, I can't seem to find anything for skeletal mesh. I tried looking for anything on it, but it seems like everyone doesn't use an abbreviation for it. Altough that really sounds counteractive if you do that for pretty much everything else.

Anyone knows?

Product Version: UE 4.7
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asked Jun 15 '15 at 02:44 PM in Using UE4

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avatar image ozanserim Jun 10 '17 at 09:43 PM

Good question. Wondering the same thing.

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In many asset packs, it mentions as SK_


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answered Dec 12 '18 at 06:29 AM

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