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    [FEATURE REQUEST] Progress bar for packaging

    Packaging is a lenghtly process, so there should be a way to know the progress. For a 1.5 Gb project, my PC tried to compile it for 7 hours, and I had to stop it. If there was a progress bar that showed 98%, I would have left it to package more. Could you please add that kind of bar ?

    #2
    +1

    I'd like to see that too

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      #3
      Upvoted. I'm surprised it's not already a feature.

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        #4
        That would be really nice!
        Daniel Mihajlovic |Freelance 3D Artist | Showreel

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          #5
          +1
          Even if it is just a bar that shows N done out if N steps.
          Never say Never, Because Never comes too soon. - ryan20fun

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            #6
            Upvote please developers. add the progress bar

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              #7
              Hey Everyone,

              I have logged this as a feature request here UE-40959. You can track the status of the request as it is reviewed by our development staff. Please be aware that this request may not be implemented, or that it may not be prioritized to occur anytime soon.

              Thanks!
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                #8
                Originally posted by ryan20fun View Post
                +1
                Even if it is just a bar that shows N done out if N steps.
                https://docs.unrealengine.com/latest...nrealFrontend/

                The documentation is minimal, but it does exactly what you're asking for.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Vlád View Post
                  https://docs.unrealengine.com/latest...nrealFrontend/

                  The documentation is minimal, but it does exactly what you're asking for.
                  I must have missed something because I don't see where is the info that allow to extrapolate "N step out of M done" from your link. I admit I might be blind/tired.
                  Can you be more specific?

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