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Accessing a switch parameter from a material instance dynamic in blueprint

I can access and modify a scalar parameter just fine with a material instance dynamic. Is there a reason I can't modify a switch parameter in the same way?

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asked May 08 '14 at 04:49 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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There is. Switches are MEANT to be static and unchangeable. The value you give a switch in your MID gets compiled into the shader code and the inactive branch is left out completely.

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answered May 08 '14 at 07:18 PM

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Thanks, that makes sense. So if I wanted to make, say, a dynamic switch, for the time being I should just run it as a scalar.

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