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    UIScene problem

    I am trying to go through the UI scene tutorial but I can't create a new UI scene because it doesn't pop up in the right click menu. Is there something I have to do to get UIscenes to show up?

    Also, has anyone used data from a database in the UDK? I want to have a large sample of questions to use in the game and would like to do this with a database. Can someone point me in the right direction on how to go about doing this?

    Thank you,

    T-Gunn
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    Plenty of people are having issues with UIScenes as they got removed to make way for the Flash/Scaleform so for UI I would look in that direction

    as for the DB stuff I think its a cross between UDK's Unreal script and SQL
    http://udkc.info/index.php?title=Tut...tabase_for_UDK
    Found that on google, hope it is of help
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    Thank you for the link. I appreciate it that should help. I did read about someone writing a dll to use an sql database and it looks like this is a wiki article about it.

    We had no idea that uiscenes were dropped for flash/scaleform thank you. Well either go back to a version that has uiscenes or use flash/scaleform.
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    my suggestion is go forward to flash/scaleform, it will take a day if that to learn how it works and how to use it

    Hope you find what you need
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