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I cannot use most blueprint functions anymore?

Had a few problems with my unreal project not opening up because of circular dependencies issues. I think I have fixed it since the project opens fine now, but now I get an even bigger problem. half the blueprints now have a few errors, with a few of the blueprints I was using that just randomly turned into errored macros. here are examples: ![alt text][1]

most things I was using I cannot use anymore like the do once function: ![alt text][2] When I search for a do once, It is not there, and many other specific things like for each loop I am using C++ and none of my code displays any errors when compiling [1]: /storage/temp/265237-capture.png [2]: /storage/temp/265239-capture2.png

Product Version: UE 4.20
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asked Jan 13 '19 at 02:22 PM in Using UE4

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