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    Being able to catagorize buttons in the variable list so they can be sorted.

    Unless this is a bug, in the widget blueprints, if you set a category for the buttons in the variable list they do not get sorted and the category goes away. I have like 35 buttons on my one widget and I set them all to a "Button" category so I could collapse the category and not have a huge list of variables but the category goes back to default. Is there any plan to fix this so they can be categorized in the future?

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    #2
    sorry, but if you have 30+ buttons and different one for every single action, your UI design and especially engineering part of it done wrong
    but, more features, ofc we all in.

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      #3
      There is always more than one way to do things and my way may not be the best but it is works quite well for my application and I want the player to adjust everything they can to fine tune to their liking/system capabilities. I could use combo boxes to do most of it but I just want a functional menu so this works. I am just now getting into UMG so I learn new ways to do things everyday.

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        #4
        Hey,

        Why can't you write 'Button' in the text field beside category? I was able to and they organized underneath 'Button'.

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          #5
          Actually that is what I did and after they sorted out the whole Button category changed itself to default and the button category was gone...

          Below, Just now, I named the category "Button" and it does not set a drop down arrow for a "Button" Category to expand and retract. After a moment it just goes back to "Default"
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            #6
            Yep, i face same bug right now, when you compile widget blueprint category settings is resets.

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              #7
              Can confirm same bug has happened to me on 4.8.1. I dont know if it still occurs. I stopped trying to group functions and variables in widgets since then, but it definitely has a bug there somewhere.
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                #8
                Hello Overwatch04,

                I was able to reproduce this issue on our end. I have written up a report ( UE-20103) and I have submitted it to the developers for further consideration. Thank you for your time and information.

                Make it a great day

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                  #9
                  Thank you Rudy!

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                    #10
                    This issue still persists as of UE 4.16.3. While it is not a critical issue for production development, I am finding building rapid prototype UIs quite annoying since I can't categorize UMG UI element variables, and often times I need to have lots of (not engineered) quickly swapped UI features -- meaning lots of different UI elements. I'm just posting to weigh in on this issue, as I have already voted on the backlogged issue. Thanks.

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                      #11
                      It would be nice if widget variables were displayed separately from normal ones created in the editor all together. It very rarely makes sense to have them all mixed up...

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                        #12
                        The issue has been "Won't Do" 'ed while this is still a problem. Can't we have something similar for UMG elements than for Blueprints Components? If you have a component in a blueprint, it shows in it's own "Components" category. Having the same for UMG would be a simple fix at least. Being able to categorize them would be even better.

                        Version: 4.18.2 (and it still happens)
                        And that's my 0.02$

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Volvary View Post
                          The issue has been "Won't Do" 'ed while this is still a problem. Can't we have something similar for UMG elements than for Blueprints Components? If you have a component in a blueprint, it shows in it's own "Components" category. Having the same for UMG would be a simple fix at least. Being able to categorize them would be even better.

                          Version: 4.18.2 (and it still happens)
                          The story of Unreal in a nutshell. I have a serious love/hate relationship with this software that goes all the way back to UDK. haha

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                            #14
                            I was able to resolve this issue in PR #4662, see https://github.com/EpicGames/UnrealEngine/pull/4662 for the code changes.

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                              #15
                              Had this request on Answerhub for about three years, and we keep being told it's fixed. Glad to see it finally actually is.

                              https://answers.unrealengine.com/que...ategories.html

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