I Dont know if my first question went through or not. However, I found a unique issue.
Here is my system:
i7/12gb RAM/1.5TB HDD/ Win10
this is the error i am getting
Failed to copy “C:/Program Files/Epic Games/4.8/Templates/TP_ThirdPersonBP/Config/DefaultEditor.ini” to “C:\Users\CharlieWin\Documents\Unreal Projects\MyProject/Config/DefaultEditor.ini”.
I noticed that Unreal is wanting to use Forward slashes to read(copy) and create folders. Is there a way to correct this? Thanks for any help!
It’s not unique. I got the same problem.
Interesting. I hope someone post a fix. Its really annoying
I just created a folder for the name of my Project with the way they wanted and it worked just fine. Hope this helps!
Unfortunately it did not work.
This recently happened to me, and luckily I was able to find a fix.
I was creating a virtual override function in a PlayerController header file and tried to use VS’s create declaration tool, but I believe since this function was an override it actually created a new and separate .cpp file for this class (which I am sure confused UE4). I found the file and deleted it, and the problem went away.
Seems to be more of a Visual Studio problem rather than UE4 bug. But I learned my lesson to be careful when using auto declarations. Hope that helps!