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    Yeah, Slate has lots of controls under the hood, but you have to use the customization system to really do anything.
    It's true that it would be nice if there was a bit more control customization built in for common scenarios, or easily accessible through metadata specifiers. You have stuff like UIMin/UIMax, EditCondition, etc. but there aren't that many.

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    @kamrann, I use this for a singleton manager, so no problem with instances.
    Already wrote customiziations - but wanted to ask, if there are other ideas, or something I overlooked.

    The property system is great, but the available controls are limited.
    For example a dynamic array displayed as listbox would be great.

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    There isn't any other way as far as I know. I'm not sure what you mean by handling parameters, but a property is a data member on your class, and will use up memory for every instance of that class. So you shouldn't be using one just as a mechanism for performing some action within the editor.

    If you don't want to write a customisation, there is the Blutility system. That allows you to create functions that can be called in the editor via a button. But it won't appear within the details panel, and the system is experimental and still very much work in progress.

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    UPROPERTY with a simple button

    UPROPERTY is an easy way to handle parameters without xtra GUI programming.
    Would be great to also have a button in the Details panel.
    I'm currently using a checkbox to call functions and will check enums with a single item, haha.

    What is the most simple way to have a button in a property row without writing an IPropertyTypeCustomization?
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