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Public level variables not accessible outside of Blueprint.

I found out that the level public variables are not accessible anywhere outside Blueprint.

My level uses some variables for me to adjust difficulty and for some basic settings. So i made these variables public hoping i could change them with ease directly from the editor (not in Blueprint), the same way i do with class Blueprints.

If i may suggest a simple solution, there could be a special entry in the scene outliner called "Level". It would have a special status and be not renamable, not deletable etc.. Selecting this entry would open its detail panel like it does for other actors and i would find my public variables there.

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asked Apr 25 '14 at 04:58 AM in Using UE4

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