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    moving a blueprint class ends with wrong end value

    Hi guys,

    I have a blueprint actor that contains a cube. This cube will move up and down depending on which actor overlaps the cube.
    And while this works, there is a slight problem i can't seem to solve.

    When the cube starts moving, using a timeline to move it up/down the Z axis, it will finish higher than it started.
    For example: it starts at Z=0, but ends at Z=5 (while in the timeline i make it return to z=0).
    I tried storing a initial location, but because the cube is a component of the blueprint, i cant get the actor location. Using the world location doesn't seem to store the right values either.

    Hopefully someone here could help me out.

    Hmm odd. You said your cube is a component in the blueprint, make sure that cube has the location set to (0, 0, 0). It's possible that the timeline is correctly setting the Z of your actor to (0, 0, 0), but because your component isn't exactly on the actor's pivot it seems as if it's too high.


      Yes, that was it. Pff how could i miss that. I spend hours trying to fix it. hahaha. Thanks.