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Load Several Stream Levels at once

I have several stream levels that I am trying to load at one time. I have all 5 saved into an array. Is there a way to load all 5 at once? I was thinking I could plug it into a ForEachLoop and plug that into a Load Stream Level, but that only loads the first item in the array. So maybe I am misunderstanding how that node works.

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asked Sep 13 '18 at 03:06 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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Load Stream Level is a latent node, and a for each loop fires off all array elements in a single frame. So when you hit the load stream level node before it has finished loading in the first level it will NOT run again. You need to load them in order that you want.

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answered Sep 18 '18 at 10:41 PM

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