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I want my camera player be the only camera that plays when i press "play"

Hello, i am still new to unreal and i was using the First Person Template, when i use the FirstPersonExample Map, when i press play, i play as the character that is in the middle on the map, which is great, alt text

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But when i open a new level, and put the FirstPersonCharacter blueprint, it doesnt work, it doest start to play in the position of the actor, instead it plays exactly where i left the camera viewport with the controlers for the FirstPersonTemplate alt text

Please Help! i tried everything, i only want to play where i left my character class blueprint, with that camera! thank you

Product Version: UE 4.21
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asked Feb 08 '19 at 11:39 PM in Using UE4

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