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Cannot create Blueprint class based on C++ UActorComponent

I have a custom UActorComponent written in C++ and wanted to extend that in the BP editor, but when I tried to create a Blueprint class based on my C++ class I couldn't find it in the class list. And, going through the C++ object in the editor I noticed that "Create Blueprint class" is disabled: alt text

I've compared the code to other classes which I can create Blueprint classes for, and not much is different other than the class their parent class. Is there something I could be doing wrong? Here is the header file for this class:

 class RH_API URHTriggerComponent : public USceneComponent
     class USphereComponent* Collider;
     // Sets default values for this component's properties
     // Called when the game starts
     virtual void BeginPlay() override;
     // Called every frame
     virtual void TickComponent( float DeltaTime, ELevelTick TickType, FActorComponentTickFunction* ThisTickFunction ) override;
     virtual void Use(APawn* User);
     virtual void OnUse(APawn* User);


Product Version: UE 4.8
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asked Aug 13 '15 at 01:30 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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Declare with UCLASS(Blueprintable) instead of UCLASS()

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answered Aug 14 '15 at 02:38 AM

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avatar image tosslogic Aug 14 '15 at 01:45 PM

Oh, interesting. So is the reason I don't have to do this with some classes because the parent (in most of these cases AActor) is already defined to be Blueprintable?

avatar image kurtrussellfanclub Aug 15 '15 at 12:10 PM

Yep, that's why! Blueprintable is an inherited property

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