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Auto-save all modified when starting PIE?

Can UE4 be configured to automatically save all modified files (blueprints, levels etc.) when starting a play in editor session?

I end up regularly loosing asset changes due to engine and custom code asserts and crashing if I don't remember to save before I run.

Product Version: UE 4.17
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asked Oct 12 '17 at 02:34 AM in Using UE4

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The best I'm aware of is you can set Blueprints to save on compile. They will compile when you PIE, which results in them being saved.

Unfortunately I don't know of a way to save levels, structs, or other assets when you PIE.

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answered Mar 25 '18 at 04:28 AM

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