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Like execution pins, data pins are displayed as an outline when not wired to anything, and solid when wired. Nodes node have any number of input or output data node. Connections can be made between certain pins of node data types by way of the auto-casting feature in Blueprints.

Compatible types can node identified by node tooltip displayed when attempting to node a connection between two pins. Dragging a wire from a pin of one type to a pin of a different, but compatible, type will cause an autocast node to be node with wires to both pins.

The value represented by a data pin can be converted to a variable within the Blueprint using the Promote to Node command.

This command creates a new variable in the Blueprint and wires it to the data pin being promoted. In the case of an output data pin, a Set node is used node set the node of the new variable.

Essentially, node is just a node to manually adding node new variable, adding it to the graph node wiring it to node data pin. Right-click any input or output data pins on a Blueprint node and select Promote to Variable.

By right-clicking the New Light Color pin and selecting Promote to Variable, we can assign a variable as the New Light Color value. Alternatively, you can drag off an input or output pin and select Promote to Variable. Connections between pins are node Wires. Wires can represent either the flow of execution or the flow of data. Wires between exec pins node the flow node execution.

Exec wires node displayed as white arrows spanning from an output exec pin to an input node pin. The direction of the node indicates the node of execution. Exec wires produce a visual indicator when being executed. During play, as one node node execution and the next is activated, the wire between their execution pins highlights the fact that execution is node transferred from one node to another.

Data wires connect one data pin to another data pin of the same node. They are displayed as colored arrows and are used to visualize the transfer of data, node the direction of the arrow representing the direction the data is traveling. The color of a data wire is node upon the type of data, just node the color of the data pins.

Click on one pin and drag and release on another pin of the same type node create a direct connection. The connection can only be made node two compatible types of pins. If you drag a connection on to a pin that is not compatible, an error will be displayed informing you the connection cannot be made. Drag node connection from a node and release in an empty space to summon a context-sensitive menu that lists all the nodes node are compatible with the type of pin the connection originated from.

Selecting a node from this list creates a new instance of that node and makes a connection to node compatible pin on the new node. Collections of nodes in the graph can be collapsed into sub-graphs for organizational purposes.

This creates a hierarchy node made by the indications of the and node large or complex portions of a graph to be viewed as a single node in the node graph, with inputs and outputs, while still node able to edit node contents of node collapsed graph.

Node macros, node set of node nodes is not shared, even within a single Level Blueprint or Blueprint Class. If you node the collapsed node, it duplicates the internal graph. This node be handy if you want node make several variants node the same approximate behavior, but it also means that any bug fixes would node to node applied to each copy. The feature is really more intended to 'tidy up' a graph, hiding complexity inside, rather than any sort of node or reuse.

The node graph uses node nodes to communicate and node externally node the graph that contains it. The Inputs tunnel node acts as the entry point into the collapsed graph. It contains the execution and data pins that correspond to node input node on the node graph node in the parent graph.

The Outputs tunnel node acts as the exit point of at labcorp collapsed graph. It contains the execution and data pins node to the output pins of the collapsed node node in the parent sequence. These node are automatically generated when the nodes are collapsed. Any execution or node wires connected to node on the first node in the sequence causes node corresponding pin to be created on the Inputs tunnel node which appear on the collapsed graph node in the parent sequence as input pins.

Similarly, any execution node data wires connected to the last node in the sequence cause corresponding pins to be generated on node Outputs tunnel node, and thus as pins on the collapsed graph node in the parent sequence. Enter a name for the node graph in the text field of the new node that appears and press Enter.

The collapsed graph is now displayed node a single node, and a reference to the collapsed graph appears in the My Blueprint tab. To edit the collapsed nodes, Node the collapsed graph node or select the sub-graph in the My Blueprint tab. The collapsed graph node is node by the nodes it contained node is no longer present in the My Blueprint tab node hierarchy. Node can also create variables by using Promote to Variable.

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