I’ve noticed a few times now that when I’m working on a blueprint sometimes the context sensitivity doesn’t show me all the nodes I might want to use, or I’ve got the wrong object selected etc. It got me thinking that it’d be really useful to have a searchable list of ALL blueprint nodes, with descriptions of functionality, discussions of input and output pins, example usage and any hidden side-effects of use. I’d imagine a flat list would be best rather than some wiki like structure, because having a long flat document is actually better for searchability/discovery.
I’m a C++ programmer, so I know WHAT I want to do and that usually gets me through, but there are a few cases I’ve come across nodes (like the teleport node) that do something that wouldn’t normally occur to me as a programmer.
It’d be doubly useful if you could hover the mouse over a node, press F1 and get a bunch of use cases shown in a browser for instance. But I guess just having a single document for ALL nodes would be the starting point. Does such a thing exist already that I’ve missed?