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Is there any reason to use UMG for a pure C++ UI implementation instead of using Slate directly?

Do I understand correctly that UMG is just a Blueprint-focused wrapper over Slate, and it may be easier to go with straight Slate if I am much more comfortable using C++ than Blueprints?

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asked Apr 13 '18 at 06:05 PM in C++ Programming

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No. UMG adds a ton of unnecessary overhead just for the sake of having a WYSIWYG editor. If you can, relatively fast, write Slate UIs in C++ then there's pretty much zero reasons to go and use UMG.

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The only reason to use UMG instead of slate is that UMG allows in editor Edit. If you can use slate - then it would be a better choice performance wise. Also UMG is limited and very annoying :-)

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answered Apr 13 '18 at 07:57 PM

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