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    3 years later and this is still a problem when trying to work fast with Blueprints, really annoying.

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    Sadly, it doesn't help.

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    You can decrease the padding for the nodes in the Graph Editors options.

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    Any news ?

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    +1
    Snap the link to the closest correct pin would be great.

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    Would be even better if we had some modifier key that while pressed enlarges snap area, or even autosnaps to closest (to mouse cursor) pin.
    And while on it please make another modifier key that freezes all nodes locations while pressed.

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    Just wanted to drag a wire off an output... Dragged a whole node This happens regularly to me, maybe I'm trying to work too fast :P
    So anyway, I just remembered this thread.
    Blueprints are AWESOME, and these little things could be polished a little bit more, to make them EPIC. That would fit the concept... You know... Umm, yeah.

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    *shyly bumps the thread after couple of months*

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    Originally posted by Slavq View Post
    User can also want to change input pins, and it would be overlapped by output then :P
    that's some nanotechnology right there Click image for larger version

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    Originally posted by CriErr View Post
    make z order priority for output [ATTACH=CONFIG]54560[/ATTACH]
    User can also want to change input pins, and it would be overlapped by output then :P

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    Originally posted by Slavq View Post
    ^ This could cause some problems when two nodes would be close to each other (output snap area of Node1 overlaps input snap area of Node2) - but anyway yeah, in this case bigger = better
    make z order priority for output Click image for larger version

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    ^ This could cause some problems when two nodes would be close to each other (output snap area of Node1 overlaps input snap area of Node2) - but anyway yeah, in this case bigger = better

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    Originally posted by CriErr View Post
    its can be even like that
    [ATTACH=CONFIG]54552[/ATTACH]
    yeah CriErr has my idea too!

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    its can be even like that
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    for sure, +1

    also would be nice if they make it bigger for dragging out a new connection from an output pin. there's a bug that the 'highlight area' and the 'actual dragging area' are not the same (highlight area is bigger). so many times the thing highlights, but instead of making a new connection you end up moving the whole bp node :/

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