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Listen existing command event in an editor plugin?

I am working on an editor plugin with a custom EdMode.

I would like to do something when the user performs an action (in my case: select the translate tool, with the UI button or the keyboard shortcut).

How can I access the command (for example the SelectTranslateTool command)?

How can I react to event triggered by this command?

Product Version: UE 4.11
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asked May 24 '16 at 10:36 AM in C++ Programming

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avatar image Arthur Masson May 24 '16 at 10:46 AM

ok, it seems the line 228 of SEditorViewport.cpp will help me:

 CommandListRef.MapAction(
     Commands.TranslateMode,
     FExecuteAction::CreateSP( ClientRef, &FEditorViewportClient::SetWidgetMode, FWidget::WM_Translate ),
     FCanExecuteAction::CreateSP( ClientRef, &FEditorViewportClient::CanSetWidgetMode, FWidget::WM_Translate ),
     FIsActionChecked::CreateSP( this, &SEditorViewport::IsWidgetModeActive, FWidget::WM_Translate ) 
     );
avatar image Arthur Masson May 24 '16 at 11:13 AM

I don't know how to access the EditorViewport :-(

avatar image Arthur Masson May 24 '16 at 12:41 PM

It took me 2 hours to make this code:

 FLevelEditorModule& LevelEditor = FModuleManager::GetModuleChecked<FLevelEditorModule>( TEXT("LevelEditor") );
 TWeakPtr<SLevelEditor> LevelEditorInstance = LevelEditor.GetLevelEditorInstance();
 if(LevelEditorInstance.IsValid())
 {
     TSharedPtr<SLevelEditor> LevelEditorInstancePtr = LevelEditorInstance.Pin();
     TSharedPtr<FUICommandList> LevelEditorCommands = LevelEditorInstancePtr->GetLevelEditorActions();
     
     const FEditorViewportCommands& Commands = FEditorViewportCommands::Get();
     LevelEditorCommands->MapAction(Commands.TranslateMode, FExecuteAction::CreateUObject( APB::Instance, &APB::SetWidgetMode, 0 ));
     LevelEditorCommands->MapAction(Commands.RotateMode, FExecuteAction::CreateUObject( APB::Instance, &APB::SetWidgetMode, 1 ));
     LevelEditorCommands->MapAction(Commands.ScaleMode, FExecuteAction::CreateUObject( APB::Instance, &APB::SetWidgetMode, 2 ));
 }

and it does not work, it overrides the commands instead of extending them.

It's so hard to find documentation and help in UE.

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