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    [RELEASED] - Noted Pro - Powerful reminder / Level creation and collaboration tool for developers




    Description
    Tackle development challenges the easy way. Whether you’re a solo dev or a AAA development team. Noted Pro is an easy to use tool that radically improves workflow by giving a developers the ability to place advanced notes in editor.

    Noted pro allows developers to post advanced notes in editor, assign them to team members, categorize them with icons, set their priority levels, completed statues, and leave detailed messages or reminders. All the while allowing the developers to sort and jump to notes both easily and dynamically by the criteria listed above.

    Why Noted Pro instead of some other Note tool?
    Noted Pro was originally created due to Skunkwerks Fitit tool not being updated or supported anymore. So, we took it upon ourselves to make a note tool with the most versatility, functionality, expandability, and ease of use. There are plenty of other Note or Fix it type tools out there now but Noted Pro is the only one that has all or more features than what's on the market, and is not locked into a pesky plugin. That means its open! Anyone can get into the BP's and do exactly what they want with it in anyway that best suits themselves or their team if they so desire. No more note plugins that lock out developers from doing what they want or not being supported anymore!

    Features
    • Assign notes or reminders to yourself or team members.
    • Choose from 20+ different icons. Set them to quickly get the point of your note across, and for quick sorting by you or your team.
    • Set priority levels and completed statues.
    • Set header and body text and let our smart type system automatically format notes for you!
    • Easily and dynamically sort through all notes real time by any criteria listed (Team member, Icon type, priority statues), and jump to the notes location to get the job done, or mange what’s being done.
    • No plugin required.
    • Fully implemented in blueprints.
    • Works on any platform.
    • Requires no special skills to use.
    • Built in optimization checks to see how many notes you have in scene and dynamically responds. No need to worry about performance hits in editor.
    • Works with all versioning software (Perforce, Github, etc) with no modifications or pesky folder sharing.
    • Easily expandable. Add new team members, Icons, priority levels, or features at any time.
    • See a feature that's not on the list? Request it!
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    Last edited by Ore Creative; 12-15-2018, 02:24 PM.

    #2
    It crashes the editor when placing the blueprint in a level, on Linux. Any ideas why? Would you be able to fix it in a future update?

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      #3
      Originally posted by Pine722 View Post
      It crashes the editor when placing the blueprint in a level, on Linux. Any ideas why? Would you be able to fix it in a future update?
      Hey there,

      That shouldn't be happening. Can you give me your engine version (is it custom) and crash report?
      Last edited by Ore Creative; 01-16-2019, 09:06 PM.

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        #4
        It is not a custom engine, it is the latest version of Unreal, version 4.21.1 . I'm not sure if I'm able to get a crash report or not as I don't believe the crash reporter is showing up for me, is there a way I can find it manually?

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          #5
          Originally posted by Pine722 View Post
          It is not a custom engine, it is the latest version of Unreal, version 4.21.1 . I'm not sure if I'm able to get a crash report or not as I don't believe the crash reporter is showing up for me, is there a way I can find it manually?
          Hopefully the log will shed some light on what's going on. To get your crash log go to your projects main folder, saved, crashes, the top folder (created by the crash), and then provide me with the text document in that folder. Dont copy and paste the text here just attach the text log.

          Some other things:
          - Here's a link to the Noted Pro discord. I can give you one on one support if this is something you use. https://discord.gg/Gyc45GT
          - What exactly happens when the editor crashes?
          - Do you have editor symbols for debugging installed?
          - Does this happen with any other bps?
          - If you create a new "placed editor utility base" actor, and drag it into the scene what happens?
          - What plugins do you have installed (if any)?
          - Did you follow the exact directions when building from source for Linux?
          Last edited by Ore Creative; 01-17-2019, 07:45 PM.

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            #6
            I figured out that it may be a plugin error or some other oddity, I haven't fully figured it out yet, and I don't have any logs yet because I literally rebuilt the engine to test things again. Currently I actually got the plugin to work, now I have to see after turning on certain plugins what may happen.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Pine722 View Post
              I figured out that it may be a plugin error or some other oddity, I haven't fully figured it out yet, and I don't have any logs yet because I literally rebuilt the engine to test things again. Currently I actually got the plugin to work, now I have to see after turning on certain plugins what may happen.
              Ahh ok. Glad to hear you got it figured out. Let me know if you have any more questions.

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                #8
                Looking into things more, it seems I don't have a crashes folder, even though I've had crashes even unrelated to Noted Pro.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Pine722 View Post
                  Looking into things more, it seems I don't have a crashes folder, even though I've had crashes even unrelated to Noted Pro.
                  That's not supposed to be like that. I don't run UE4 on a Linux based system so I'm not sure what you would do in this instance. I assume you followed Epics documents for properly installing on Linux? There is also the Linux group on the forum. I would strongly suggest asking people on there as they have a better handle on this type of thing (if you haven't already).

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                    #10
                    The "show in editor / show in game" option seems doesn't work with packaged shipping game (was using the default sample map for testing, but all widgets are hidden). Any workaround?

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Novezeil View Post
                      The "show in editor / show in game" option seems doesn't work with packaged shipping game (was using the default sample map for testing, but all widgets are hidden). Any workaround?
                      Hey there,

                      This is totally doable and is fairly straight forward (It's listed here in section 5 of the documentation). However Noted Pro 1.4 (which comes out in a few days) doesn't require you to do anything else.

                      Let me know if there is anything else I can do.

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