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    [SUPPORT] AssetBuilder Tools

    With AssetBuilder Tools you can easily align and snap Actors together in Unreal Engine Viewport using simple tools like in 3ds max. Align objects in the selected sequence. Also you can create bunch of objects using Array tool. Especially useful for working with modular assets without worrying about grid, pivot and alignment and Architecture projects as well.

    Marketplace $19.99

    Features:
    • Align objects between each others
    • Simple creating bunch of objects with useful parameters (transform, rotate, scale)
    • Align objects in the selected sequence to fast changes position objects in a row
    • Array objects using spline
    • Follow mode for following the spline
    How it works:



    Support: sasha.herz@gmail.com



    Code Modules: AssetBuilder Tools (Editor)
    Number of Blueprints: 0
    Number of C++ Classes: 7
    Network Replicated: No
    Supported Development Platforms: Win32, Win64, Linux, Mac
    Supported Target Build Platforms: None (Editor-only)

    #2
    Additional video for Alignment tool:
    Last edited by SashaHerZ; 02-19-2019, 07:03 AM.

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      #3
      Hmm. Neat tool. Would it be possible to select all the static meshes in a map and scale them while keeping their relativity to each other, instead of them scaling just on their own point, essentially scaling a map? I think that's something a lot of people would love to see.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Remdale View Post
        Hmm. Neat tool. Would it be possible to select all the static meshes in a map and scale them while keeping their relativity to each other, instead of them scaling just on their own point, essentially scaling a map? I think that's something a lot of people would love to see.
        O, thanks for the idea. I think we definitely should implement this functionality in the next version

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          #5
          Originally posted by SashaHerZ View Post

          O, thanks for the idea. I think we definitely should implement this functionality in the next version
          I've seen the question of scaling a map come up a lot and been shot down. I've personally felt a lot of frustration from the lack of that feature. If you could possibly make a version of your tool for 4.14 (UT is stuck in early 4.15), the Unreal Tournament mapping community would jump at it.

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            #6
            In the alignment tool what does "one to one" function i understand min max, pivot etc. Also i understand the alignment one by one first x then y and z. Is there a doability, to align two meshes simultaneusly in x, y or x,y,x?

            Also for suggestion, in the array tool there could be an offset feature. And in the array tool again, there could be an multidimensional (not just x) dublication. It is replicating the mesh in just one direction isnt it. For ex if i wanted to make copies in x xoordinate then i want to make these copies copied to y coordinate. (A grid formation) In this version i am doing first for x, and merging it. And taking the merged mesh for y with the array tool. In short adding this functionality will be good.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Gomez_Elguabo View Post
              In the alignment tool what does "one to one" function i understand min max, pivot etc. Also i understand the alignment one by one first x then y and z. Is there a doability, to align two meshes simultaneusly in x, y or x,y,x?

              Also for suggestion, in the array tool there could be an offset feature. And in the array tool again, there could be an multidimensional (not just x) dublication. It is replicating the mesh in just one direction isnt it. For ex if i wanted to make copies in x xoordinate then i want to make these copies copied to y coordinate. (A grid formation) In this version i am doing first for x, and merging it. And taking the merged mesh for y with the array tool. In short adding this functionality will be good.
              Thanks for your feedback.
              - "one to one" function will be rebuild and it will me simple to use. Also we will add functionality to align by all axis as well. now you can align two meshes simultaneously in x, y or x,y,z if you need
              - an array tool has offset feature. just click "One to One" checkbox:

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              - multidimensional array will be avalible in the next update

              Also one of the features will comming in the next update is the auto grouping array objects

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                #8
                But its offsetting linearly, I mean take for ex 10 cubes first is 100 unr units above the other 50 below, there could be an offsett array that could make these 10 cubes offsets randomly in the given array min10 max 200 or min -50 (below) max 150 (above)

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                  #9
                  Hi Very Interested, any chance of it being made 4:19 compatible?
                  Thanks
                  Paul G

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Sly401 View Post
                    Hi Very Interested, any chance of it being made 4:19 compatible?
                    Thanks
                    Paul G
                    yep, it will be available on other versions soon

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Gomez_Elguabo View Post
                      But its offsetting linearly, I mean take for ex 10 cubes first is 100 unr units above the other 50 below, there could be an offsett array that could make these 10 cubes offsets randomly in the given array min10 max 200 or min -50 (below) max 150 (above)
                      I'm not sure than I understand you correct. Can you show some example?

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                        #12
                        Vesion 1.1 (14 Feb 2019)

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                          #13
                          Good news!

                          Now our plugin is available for 4.19, 4.20 and 4.21 versions

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