Where is the Node Manager
There are sooooooooooo many nodes in UE4 that I wonder where the Node Manager is. UE4 needs a utility largely for educative and informative purposes to show nodes, usage, and maybe reveal combos(combos are just theoretically successful sequences of nodes), and reveal those hidden nodes that only show up under certain conditions. When I do something I want the system to tell me that new option have become available because of what I did.
There are soooo many nodes, and hidden ones also. UE4 needs some tools to investigate them better, a node scoreboard of some sort.
Also UE4 needs Windows Stop Recorder system built into it, so that tutorials can be created from it and loaded directly into the system by the user, and the user can then follow along, seeing queues generated by the program that where created by the teacher.
The tutorial system needs to be built into UE4 so a test can be run every patch update to check the tutorial for any breaks, that the teacher can then fix, more easily. Its just a macro really.
(1) finish the functionality of Tutorial system that is already in UE4 so people could create great content with it and use it, So people can follow those invisible chain of actions.
(2) add relevant examples within Tooltips that are maintained by a compiler so they stay functional (that isolate the question, 'what does it do?', and are easier to maintain.)
(3) program in a splash (that is saved in a window that I can access in 'Windows') that tell me when new options have become available, So I know they are their.
Thanks for the Tutorials that do exist they are helpful and critical to understanding, but need to be fleshed out into a fully featured project, in my opinion...
You might be looking for the Pallet https://gyazo.com/dba51694459a0de2dda8052e664c13f4
Some node's are functions which can be opened to further investigate what is going on https://gyazo.com/15ecf591672ca021d7914440d511a7d3
Previewing nodes along a block can help better visualise what is happening https://gyazo.com/9c65662401f7c095ba9acdd906b92282
If you hover your mouse over a node and press ctrl+alt it will give you a more detailed explanation of the nodes function https://gyazo.com/6d8349201a30dcb5d17811be7400eeac
answered Apr 08 '16 at 01:56 AM
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