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    Saving blueprints for later projects

    Hi,

    I am still quite new to Unreal and learning Blueprints. Say I create a basic blueprint for player input. I save it, test it, and it works. What I would like to do then is to be able to save this function for a new project because chances are while I'm still learning this, I am going to forget what Nodes I added to create player input.

    Is this possible? I have heard about Blueprint function librariess and Macro libraries but I don't think this is what I want. What I would like is a way to export blueprints into some sort of library that I can quickly access without starting all over again.

    Thanks!

    #2
    You can migrate the Blueprint(Right Click->Asset Action->migrate).
    | Home | ShootOut (WIP) |

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      #3
      You can also have the 2 projects open at the same time and copy/paste code snippets.

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        #4
        Forgot to reply. Thanks for the tips silik1 and Seed 37!

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