Detect Change and Detect Selection Events

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Detect Change and Detect Selection Events

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Detect Change
On load runs the Watch Dog Event
Change detect runs the Watch Dog Event and refreshes the D3D View

Detect Selection
On load initializes the Selection Change Event
Note: When saving Detect Selection, uncheck Active
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Re: Detect Change and Detect Selection Events

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Open for discussion on whether or not these objects could be a replacement for the Selection Change Event and Watch Dog Event.

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Maybe as an addition, not a replacement. If you replace you change default behaviors, could break things and will remove the option of having the default behavior if needed.
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Re: Detect Change and Detect Selection Events

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Should not have said a replacement but maybe a better version?
Do not think I am breaking the default behavior, but only forcing initialization upon loading and running a script within.
Again just an idea and not sure if my idea is correct.

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Yep, might be better for some cases. Would be worse for case where you don't want the script to run before an actual change. That's what I mean by change in behavior.
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Re: Detect Change and Detect Selection Events

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Sounds like something I've been playing a lot with in Unreal Engine.

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