Public / Private / None class creation
Once you have selected either Public or Private class when creating a new C++ class, then you do not appear to be able to NOT have a class be either Public or Private again for that project in the future (i.e., there's no way to un-select ). This leads to issues with someone new to the system as header files are then no longer found for any newly created classes. There's probably a way around that, but it sure would be nice to be able to go back to not having the value selected and having working headers for a simple project.
asked Mar 21 '16 at 08:52 PM in Bug Reports
I was able to reproduce the issue of the Public/Private being auto-selected when creating new classes and submitted a bug report for it (UE-28648). I have created both public and private classes but have not had any issues with Visual Studio not being able to associate the .cpp with the .h. Are you specifically using Public or Private (or do you have this issue with both)? Do you have the same association issue in a new project if you create a class without selecting either public or private?
answered Mar 22 '16 at 09:06 PM
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