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I created a loop with a break in my HUD script - I guess there was an error with how I set it up, but the editor closed right down completely and now I am unable to open this project at all. Everytime I try to load it, the editor just shuts down. I have a TONNE of work in there that I can’t afford to lose! Is there anyway I can get my blueprints back? I tried importing the blueprints into another new project, and as soon as I go to open the blueprint in the editor, the editor shuts down again. ACK!!! This goes for ANY blueprint that was in the project, including my character, game mode, state etc.
I can’t afford to lose all this hard earned work. What can I do??

This is what I get when I try to open the project from within VS2013

Hi Savaikun,

A post like this would be better served posting it on our AnswerHub.

Thank you!

Tim

So I’ve managed to redeem my code, it was a LOT of work and sweat, but I’ve done it.
Now I am getting these unexpected errors ALL OVER the place on my HUD blueprint. Even if I replace all of these nodes, they still come up with this weird error that I cannot figure out. I am also getting this error with my IsValid nodes and have no clue how I can fix this. Is there a way I can find/replace these items instead of having to go through all of it?

Any idea how I can fix this issue with unexpected errors, even after replacing the nodes?

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And even though these functions exist, it’s telling me that they do not now…this all worked BEFORE this whole project got all corrupted, so what is going on???
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It’s going to take me a week just to find/replace all of this, I hope someone has an easier answer…

i have in my project one or two functions and one loops with that error, i compiled and dissapear, work all fine. Would be nice ride fix that anyway.

More of a general note. In the future you should perhaps look into setting up source control like Perforce. If you mess something up big time you can just revert to a previous version. Gives me a lot of ease of mind personally (and of course it also serves as a backup solution).

Thanks, I’ll look into this! :smiley: