Disconnecting Nodes in Script Canvas

Script Canvas offers several ways to delete connections between nodes.

To delete a connection using the context menu

  1. Pause your pointer over the connection. The white line becomes a line of moving blue dashes.

  2. Right-click the blue dashed line.

  3. In the context menu, choose Delete.

To delete a connection using the Delete key

  1. Pause your pointer over the connection. The white line becomes a line of moving blue dashes.

  2. Left-click the blue dashed line.

  3. Press Delete.

    Note:
    You must left-click the blue dashed line before you press Delete.

To delete connections by using the Alt key

  1. With the Alt key pressed, pause your pointer on the line. The line turns red.

  2. Left-click the line.

To delete a node’s connections by “shaking” the node

  1. Using your pointer, select a connected node and move it with a shaking gesture to separate it from the other nodes. If the deleted node was connected to two other nodes, the remaining nodes connect to each other. Shaking nodes to disconnect them in the Script Canvas Editor.

  2. You can make changes to this option in Edit, Settings, Global Preferences, Shake to Desplice.


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