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How to select multiple spline control points or segments?

Hello everyone,

I'm currently making a map and using landscape splines. I need to change some segments' materials, but in the editor, I couldn't find anything to select multiple segments or control points. I don't want to select all segments just some specific segments. Is there any hotkey for this? When I use CTRL key while selecting, it adds a control point on the segment.

Product Version: UE 4.20
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asked Jan 24 '19 at 10:10 PM in Using UE4

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With splines you use shift+click to select multiple splines. Beware that you can multi-select both control points and segments this way.

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answered Jan 31 '19 at 02:51 PM

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This answer will save me a lot time :) Thank you.

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