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    Getting current content browser folder

    Is there a way in Python to get the current/selected folder in the content browser?

    The closest I've been able to get is:
    Code:
    unreal.SystemLibrary.get_project_content_directory()
    which returns the system path to my project content folder. But what I want to get is the path to whatever folder I have selected in the content browser. Meaning...

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    I found this old post from back in 2015 where the OP was trying to do the same in C++. Judging by the last post in the thread, it seems he found some very roundabout way of getting the path. I don't know C++ and I don't quite understand the solution he describes, but I'm posting the link below in case it's helpful to someone else:
    https://forums.unrealengine.com/deve...507#post589507
    Last edited by Code_Goblin; 03-08-2019, 02:22 PM. Reason: Added relevant link
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