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Static ligths don't bake

Hi Everyone,

I have this issue that I have around 15 static placed on my scene with around 10 movable lights. I've meticulously adjusted all the settings and after hitting the build button, all my static lights go off. It's very annoying, because, without those lights, I can literally throw all my work away. It was working before, but now it just decided not to. Check the screencaps, which I took after baking. I'd appreciate the help immensely, since my work is at risk. Thank you very much in advance!

P.S.: Yes, 'Allow static lighting' is enabled, and 'Force no precomputed lighting' is unchecked. The lights come up once I move them a tiny bit, but they disappear again after baking.

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Product Version: UE 4.22
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asked May 31 '19 at 07:17 PM in Rendering

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