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Cannot get BlueprintImplementableEvent or Delegetes to Fire

I can't figure this out, I am trying anything just to be able to get events to fire in blueprint from C++. I am 5 hours into this and nothing is working. Very frustrated.

Right now both events show up in a blueprint with parent class of AProjectGameMode , but I can not get them to fire when called.

 class AProjectGameMode : public AGameMode
     UFUNCTION(BlueprintImplementableEvent, Category = "test", meta = (DisplayName = "C++ - test"))
     void test1();
     FBindableEvent test2;

They are called from another class in which gameMode is a pointer to an AProjectGameMode object, and which can call other function in the AProjectGameMode class instead of the event classes just fine:


I am just trying to get one, either, to work, included both because I am doing something that must effect both so thought it could be relevant.

Product Version: UE 4.11 Preview
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asked Jan 15 '16 at 10:43 PM in C++ Programming

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avatar image HartLabs Jan 15 '16 at 11:24 PM

OK, so made some progress, I think the first two things weren't working because I thought the event would fire without a direct reference to the blueprint in question. Still not sure exactly what is going on there.

I used this tutorial to create a class derived from UUserWidget https://forums.unrealengine.com/showthread.php?38097-Tutorial-Extend-UUserWidget-for-UMG then implemented testCPPWidget() within that class.

 UFUNCTION(BlueprintImplementableEvent, Category = "Menu System", meta = (DisplayName = "C++ - Test Widget Thing"))
     void testCPPWidget();

Then I use the following code to call the function, where CurrentWidget is a pointer to a UUserWidget that is stored when a menu blueprint is brought forward as the active menu.

 UMyUserWidget *newWidget = dynamic_cast<UMyUserWidget*>(gameMode->CurrentWidget);

So do you need to store a reference to the blueprint via BeginPlay automatically calling a function to be able to fire an event later? Would make some sense, but why is that not explained anywhere if that is true? I think I am still not understanding something here.

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