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I can't find "set simulate physics" when i cheak context sensitive

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i want find set simulate physics that target is CanonBalling_C(Ball) but i can find set simulate physics that target is primitive component.CanonBalling is my level blueprint.Ball is my static mesh,CB_Ball, i create.

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asked May 01 '18 at 01:53 AM in Using UE4

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drag off the ball and search for set simulate physics. since your searching in context it needs to have a reference of a physical item as its context. basically since your in the level blueprint and thats not something that you can set physics on then you need to be dragging off something that can have physics.

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Here I created a cannon ball blueprint that has a sphere collision component named "Sphere". I used the level blueprint and made a function "CreateBall". I spawn the actor in this function and use the blueprint I made.

When you drag a pin from something the context menu will populate with things related to that item.

So Spawn Actor > Sphere > Set Simulate Physics.

You will get "Set SImulate Physics" in the context menu when you drag the pin from a reference to a component that has "Set Simulate Physics" as a function. This goes for everything.

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answered May 01 '18 at 10:24 AM

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