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Widget communications

Hi community, I try find good solution for next situation: I hase widget "MainState" and "WindowMainState" for example. WindowMainState composed a few "MainState" (strength, dexterity....etc) "MainState" widget has buttons (plus and minus) when player up new level I whant set state, but I can't understand how can I check what plus button player use (strength, dexterity....etc) ?

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asked Sep 17 '18 at 07:15 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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avatar image ThompsonN13 Sep 17 '18 at 10:12 PM

where are you storing the stats? im assuming that your using a widget for each row as you show in the right picture. if thats the case then you already have the stats and it should be an easy task to change the values. basically you would have all the functionality built into the sub widgets then the only thing you would need to reference the main widget for is to show points remaining to be spent.

avatar image Schepetkov Sep 18 '18 at 06:24 AM

Hi ThompsonN13, thank for answer, my question is not about how change and storing variable. I try explain again: I create widget "MainState" then I create another one "WindowMainState" and manual add 5 "MainState" on this widget, and now I try understated how I will know what plus button players click, if he click on second (it will dexterity). in "MainState" I have simple logic on click event and сall function on my ManitSates component (how I can check what state try change player).

avatar image Everynone Sep 18 '18 at 07:17 AM

Your original message wasn't clear, I would've responded just like ThompsonN13 did.


Now that you've provided more info, here's a solution (one of many):

  • create an enumerator for your stats

  • when you add stat widgets, make sure to set the enumerator

  • create an event dispatcher in the stats widget and have it dispatch the enumerator with a bool (bIncrease)

  • in the listening object responsible for counting, catch the dispatcher and switch on enum

  • use the bool to increase / decreases the stat based on the enum execution

Alternatively, do the counting in the widget itself but this is not really recommended as widgets can be a bit finicky at times.

avatar image Schepetkov Sep 18 '18 at 07:48 AM

Hi Everynone, thank for support.

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