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Seperate dedicated server and client project

PingVoidPingVoid Posts: 3Member

Hello there,
I try get a separated client/server project up and running. Normally I compile one project to an dmg and the other I do start from the editor. But I get only the connected signal from the client project. Is it even possible to get the client and server project separated with this engine?
Thx :)


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  • PingVoidPingVoid Posts: 3Member
    edited July 2019 Accepted Answer

    Found the awnser here^^

  • TwistedTwiglegTwistedTwigleg Posts: 2,561Admin

    @PingVoid I changed this topic to a question and marked your post as the answer.

    When creating a topic if you click the down arrow on the right of the New Discussion button, there will be a drop down that says something like New Question if you want/need to ask a question. It is not an issue either way, but if the topic is marked as a question others with similar questions can hopefully find this post when searching :smile:

    (Side note: Welcome to the forums!)

  • PingVoidPingVoid Posts: 3Member

    Thank you very mutch and sorry for that Discussion thing. :)

  • TwistedTwiglegTwistedTwigleg Posts: 2,561Admin

    No problem, and no reason to apologize! It's all good!

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