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How to create an inetractive object where you can click and see the properties that you defined?

I would like to have a csv sheet that has a property for different objects in Unreal, when I click on an element i can see the property associated to that object.

this table could be used via a plug in.

has someone tried that before?

Product Version: UE 4.10
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asked Dec 13 '15 at 01:12 PM in Using UE4

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You can do something like this using Data Tables in UE4, which is pretty similar to a CSV you might use. You can read about data tables all over the place, but once you have created one, you can use 'Get Data Table Row' along with a few other functions from blueprints in order to achieve what you want.

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answered Dec 19 '15 at 04:31 AM

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