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how to combine 2 levels?

I used box mesh to create a park level, the file name is level1 and create another level named level2, it is a city now I want to import the park set to level2. How can I do that? thank you

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asked Jul 22 '14 at 05:55 PM in Using UE4

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Hi MadAnxory,

One way to do this would be to add them as a sub-level and then copy > paste the assets over. Just be aware that anything in the Level Blueprints of Level2 will need to be added to the Level BP's of Level1.

  • While in Level1, click the Windows tab > Levels

  • In the Levels tab click the Levels drop-down > Add Existing

  • Add the level you want (Level2)

  • Click the eye beside Level1 to hide it

  • Select Ctrl+Mouse Drag to select everything in Level2

  • Hit Ctrl+C to copy

  • Hide Level2 and unhide Level1

  • Double click Level1 to make sure it is the Persistent Level

  • Click in the viewport, then Ctrl+V to paste in all the items (Before going to the next step, make sure you copied everything you wanted)

  • Back in the Levels panel Right Click Level2 > Remove Selected (This doesn't delete the level, just removes it as a sub-level)

Thanks, TJ

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answered Jul 22 '14 at 08:58 PM

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avatar image richardboegli Dec 15 '15 at 05:17 PM

Hi TJ, I tried following your steps in UE4.9.2 and getting the following dialog box:

Pasting to Hidden Level Dialog Box

Maybe I haven't followed your steps correctly or something has changed?


Contents of dialog box for future searches:

Title: Pasting to Hidden Level

Contents: You are trying to paste to a hidden level. Suppressing this will default to Do Not Paste.

Two buttons: 1) Unhide level and paste 2) Do not paste

avatar image TJ V ♦♦ STAFF Dec 30 '15 at 05:55 PM

Hi Richard,

Yeah, that solution was several version ago.

You can basically do the same thing now like this:

  • Go to the Window tab at the top and open the Levels window

  • Right-click the level you want to be rid of and choose 'Make Current'

  • Right-click the level again and choose 'Select Actors'

  • With the actors still selected, right-click the level you want to move the items to and choose 'Move Selected Actors to Level'

  • Feel free to toggle the Eye icon to make sure everything was moved properly

  • Then select the level you want to delete and right-click it

  • Choose 'Remove Selected'

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I hope this helps. Let me know if you need anything else.

Cheers,

TJ

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avatar image carlos4d Jul 03 '17 at 01:57 PM

Thank you! this worked very well :)

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