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How do I make it so that one switch disables one light?

Hey guys. I'm having troubles with blueprint with lights and triggerbox.

I watched a youtube tutorial to set up a light with a switch. It was going well, pressing E would turn it on, and off. I made a big house, with different rooms and different Point Lights/ Trigger Boxes. I just noticed now, after making like 5 lights, that one switch turns on lights on the whole house. How do I get around that? Want 1 switch to turn on 1 light, not all.

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asked Sep 25 '17 at 12:46 AM in Blueprint Scripting

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Your problem is that you're using the same bool variable for all the lights. When you're setting it to true after a specific overlap, you are setting it to true for all your lights, and therefore they are all getting their intensity changed.

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answered Sep 28 '17 at 07:35 AM

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You might want to look at changing the setup with the overlap bool and E Input Event. Having the two E presses (That look like they might be consuming input from one another as well) won't both hit.

You might want to create a PointLight variable and set that to the overlapping actor when there is an overlap event.

Then on the E Event, you can use the new variable you created to change the intensity. You might also want to check the validity of the variable when pressing E and also setting it to be Null when the overlap ends.

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answered Sep 28 '17 at 11:06 AM

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