VERSION 1.1 ON ITS WAY
Based on a few questions and requests I started to work on officially version 1.1 of the Email Plugin. The new version is almost ready and will feature the following changes:
No Need to edit the build.cs file for android building on the different target platform
Until now if you were building on android you had to manually go inside the plugin folder and actually modify the build.cs file so to link the right library based on the target platform (arm7 or arm64). Now the line/lines of code necessary for linking the right library based on the target are programmatically generated whenever you click on the arm-7 and/or arm-64 tick boxes from the project settings.
You will also get a warning whenever you switch on both arm-64 and arm-7 at the same time since the plugin doesn’t support building both at the same time.
Emails now support switching on and off the HTML support
Now you have an extra bool on the make email details nodes to switch on and off the email support for HTML content. Notice that if you switch on HTML you will be responsible for formatting the email’s text, including splitting the text into lines using <br>.
Support for custom SMPT server added
You can now use your own custom SMTP server or any other SMTP server that is not included in the list of default SMTP servers
New Node to convert text into lines using LINE_TERMINATORs into the string
A new node was added along with support for properly formatting emails. Whenever you switch on HTML and the email supports HTML content you will need to probably split the text into lines and construct your own HTML page.
Emails are properly formatted, lines are respected
Thanks to **rubaumvibe **I have noticed that when sending a string using the Send Email node the email would not be properly formatted. Lines were not respected and the text would simply be all on the same line. This has been fixed now. Notice though that if you use the HTML option you will have to properly construct the HTML page including adding <br> tags to break the text into lines.
Blueprint Nodes are commented
Blueprint nodes and their parameters are all properly commented. Hover the node to display extra info about it.
Added reference section to the help page
The help page now features a reference section with buttons to the discord channel, this thread and an update 1.1 version videos.
If anybody has any questions I’m always happy to help either here or on the discord channel: https://discord.gg/4gGAfX
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