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All UserWidgets In Viewport

i know there is IsInViewport to check if a userwidget is currently in the viewport. but is there a way to list all userwidgets that are currently in the viewport? or do i have to create a list on my own?

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asked Jun 24 '18 at 04:02 AM in Blueprint Scripting

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nco2k
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Hello!

Just save references in a TArray ( if they are instances of the same userWidget )

TArray is the Ue4 array and it is similar to a STL std::array, it has many functionalities like addunique,sort..

Or you can use a map made of a bool(isInViewport)and the reference to your widget

This way you can add ,remove and add again a widget without have to create it again, because it is still referenced and thus not garbage collected. And easily check to see if it is in viewport.

Hope it helps!

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answered Jun 24 '18 at 07:59 AM

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avatar image nco2k Jun 24 '18 at 08:30 AM

hi, if i have to manage it on my own, i guess i will simply use a set. but i was hoping to avoid the extra work. :D

avatar image AZTECCO Jun 24 '18 at 11:32 AM

Ok then use getAllWidgetsOfAClass and filter with isInViewport..

avatar image nco2k Jun 25 '18 at 04:06 AM

hi again, i dont need to know the widgets of a class. i need to know the userwidgets that have been added to the viewport (CreateWidget -> AddToViewport). but your answer lead me to GetAllWidgetsWithInterface, which i could use for exactly that. thanks!

avatar image AZTECCO Jun 25 '18 at 06:14 AM

Glad to hear that! :)

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Hey,

One method you can use (that will be costly) is (this is done from the perspective of a UUserWidget in my example):

 TArray<UWidget*> AllWidgets;
 WidgetTree->GetAllWidgets(AllWidgets);

You'll need to #include "WidgetTree.h", but this will give you an array of all top level widgets. It will not penetrate other UUserWidgets, though. Luckily, WidgetTree is a public member of UUserWidget, so you can recursively iterate through all UUserWidget.

If this doesn't work for you, let me know.

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answered Jun 25 '18 at 05:15 AM

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avatar image nco2k Jun 25 '18 at 05:50 AM

hi and thank you for your reply. im looking for a blueprint solution though. :D for now, im using GetAllWidgetsWithInterface which does exactly what i want.

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