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How to see what blueprint is being used on a scene object?

I'm checking out the content examples math room. There is a blueprint i want to use 2.9. But I can't seem to figure out how it works, it looks for a target and I'm pretty sure its a mesh named owen. But I don't understand how its setting owen as the target.

Besides that, How can you see what blueprint a object in the scene view is using? I don't see that anywhere?

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asked Jun 13 '14 at 05:27 AM in Blueprint Scripting

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In the scene outliner right click on the actor and choose "Edit ".

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answered Jun 13 '14 at 08:05 AM

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Also check the default properties Tab in Blueprint editor.

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