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OnComponentBeginOverlap Function Not Firing

I have an OnComponentBeginOverlap Function that is attached to my main player actor in my game. It is supposed to fire when a certain characteristic of my player overlaps a trigger object. The function will fire in the editor regardless of the options I select for running my game. When I package the project (in either shipment or development) the function will not fire from the application. It will fire on my NPC opponent who has a very similar function.

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Product Version: UE 4.13
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asked Feb 21 '17 at 05:06 PM in Packaging & Deployment

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avatar image Sean L ♦♦ STAFF Feb 21 '17 at 06:43 PM

Hey crichard,

I have a few questions to help narrow your issue down:

  • Could you please provide a screenshot of your blueprint setup so I can replicate it on my end?

  • What platform are you packaging for (Windows, Mac, Android, etc)?

  • Do the overlap events work if you Play in Standalone?

  • Could you please provide the logs from your project's Saved->Logs folder after running the packaged game?

  • Could you do me a favor and in Edit->Project Settings->Packaging, expand the Packaging category and look for Additional Asset Directories to Cook. Click the + button and add the folder that contains your actor that is not firing its overlap event just to make sure it's being cooked.

Thanks

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Hi Sean,

Thank you for getting back to me. I was actually in the process of getting all the information you requested and I found that I was creating a reference to my HUD blueprint twice which seemed to be overriding both HUD references. Once I removed that it fixed my problem and my game runs smoothly now. Thank you!

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answered Feb 21 '17 at 09:03 PM

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