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Can I move a Level around with Set Level Transform?

I'd like to achieve a complex scrolling background for a static foreground scene. I have it set up to constantly move several blueprints to the left and adding new ones outside the camera view to the right.

Now I'm curious if I could do the same with levels instead of blueprints? Reason being, in a level I can add landscape, use vertex painting etc, plus setting up a scene in a level is much more convenient than doing the same within a blueprint.

Now the problem: "Set Level Transform" seems to be only updated before initialization but won't do anything once it is already visible.

Am I missing something or is it just not intended to offset a level once it is loaded in?

Product Version: UE 4.13
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asked Sep 07 '16 at 02:23 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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