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    Small Typo In Documentation

    Sorry, wasn't sure where to post this and I couldn't find a relevent support area/e-mail so I'll just post it here. I was reading through the Documentation and noticed on the page about UInterfaces there was a small typo.

    It explains how to do it correctly:
    Declaring an interface class is very similar to declaring a regular class. The only major difference in the syntax is the descriptors are passed to the UINTERFACE macro instead of the UCLASS macro.
    But in the example, it uses the wrong macro:
    UCLASS([specifier, specifier, ...], [meta(key=value, key=value, ...)])


    Maybe I'm missing something, but if not, I just wanted to tell you guys about it. On another note, I'd really like to hand it to everyone at EPIC who put all the thought into the documentation. It is very thorough and a great place to reference! It's a must need for me

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    Thanks for the catch - it'll be fixed in the next version of the documentation! :-)

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