Is there a faster way to get help?
There is... learn how to solve your problems yourself :)
No trying to be rude, but thats the (sad?) truth, what i do mostly in anwserhub is solving problems for others because they usally lack that skill themselves, mainly ability to maneuver in information about UE4. I'm probably one of rare kind that have patients to do so for free, but personally i use that to learn about UE4 in fields that i currently not working in, UE4 is so big that it's nearly impossible to know everything about it, but with effort you can learn anything and thats what i do. In lot of cases i avoid questions that require lot of time and explaining (but sometimes i do exceptions if i'm sure in what i'm writing).
Looking on your previues questions, i think it's lack of engagement from you that makes people avoid your questions, you just throw small sentence blueprints and expect that people working for you to solve your problem without interest. Writing more about your problem with more detail really helps and some people may notice where the problem a lot easier and faster, which reducing cost of solving your problem.
Another solution - you can buy commercial support from one of game dev studios...
For a small bunch of bucks I could help you in some question about the UE dev.
answered Jan 19 '16 at 08:50 AM
Everyday you learn something, everyday you try you find something else closed to what you want
Theres is no easy path, no shortcut, you need to do and be patiante. If you have a question that you are wainting for a reply, just don´t wait, go to another thing to learn something new, open UE4, start a new project about a totally different game and start trying it, you will learn a lot of more things and have more question, research and keep going;
answered Jan 19 '16 at 11:53 AM
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