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Node Graph Assistant for UE4
8 March, 2018
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Check out a plugin for Unreal that extends the functionality of the standard graph editor, allow you to create and edit node graphs more quickly and with more comfort.

Here is a quick overview of the tool from the developer: 

Right-click on pins to connect multiple nodes while dragging a connection wire.
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Right-click and drag while dragging a connection wire will pan the node graph.
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Click on a pin to start free panning, zooming and dropping (without using a keyboard).
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Hold down shift while dragging a connection to start free panning, zooming and dropping.
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Shift-click on connected node pin will duplicate connection wire.
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Left click on connection wire will highlight it, click on empty space to remove the highlight.
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Left click and drag on empty space while holding down alt will break all connection wires along its way(note that this is an experimental feature, if you are dragging too fast, some connection wires may still stay connected).
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It is also worth mentioning that the tool supports blueprints, behavior tree graphs and animation blueprints. You can find more details on the script here

Get the tool

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Seems very useful!