Can someone explain to me why i am getting this message since 4.23 all the time i try to place something in the world, in projects converted from 4.22, to 4.23. (and how to resolve this)
EDIT: location i tried to place something was less than 5000 units away from 0.0.0
Is this a new hazzard ? Where did you find this out if I may ask, as it makes no sense that you can’t place lights where you wish, -this is part of DESIGN right ?
Sounds like what I’m now seeing , where its a warning system to avoid ( assuming you might be using world comp as I am) errors , lighting ovelap etal. All fixed here, great idea as I was finally able to fix the odd overlap I was seeing , causing odd behavior in my WC tile window( where you can move them around).
Same problem here since 4.23. In Persistent level it will work well but in some other sublevels I got that message too…
On fresh placing out of the content browser or by alt+dragging
Disabled: Edit > Editor Preferences > Prompt when Adding to Level Outside Bounds
Default bounds for that is 500x500x50. Who implemented that and what were they smoking :’)?
The bounds for triggering that warning. It’s defined in the editor settings; I found it courtesy of EnriqueGameDev’s post above.
I meant the 500 part, I already know thx anyway, about triggering, handy feature to remind ourselves when things go wrong
I just had to click OK 430 times because I dragged all the meshes from an FBX into the scene at once, and it was outside the level bounds. There is no “do not show this message again” button, so had to approve every mesh before I could disable the warning. Haha