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[Feature Request] Improve the UI design for enum input nodes to have the drop down menu size to the length of the current enum

This incredibly annoying the way the UI is designed for enums. The drop down menu to choose the enum value takes up all this room and if the enum value itself is a short name, like "red," all that empty space is completely wasted.

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How it should work is that the drop down menu simply resizes based on the length of the currently selected item. The current length is so long that I sometimes create a variable, in this example "red" and use it whenever I want to set the enum value to red, because this way the code will be much more compact.

This is pretty extreme and I'm surprised we're 18 versions in and this hasn't been fixed yet, as I'm sure I'm not the first to ask this, so could you please fix this.

Product Version: UE 4.18
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asked Dec 15 '17 at 01:01 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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