Getting started with UEFS

How to use UEFS to instantly deploy Unreal Engine to every computer in your team.
June Rhodes posted on Nov 4, 2022

UEFS allows you to package up Unreal Engine and instantly use it on every computer in your organisation. All changes to the engine folder are done with copy-on-write, so restoring the engine to it’s original state is as easy as re-mounting the package. This quickstart guide will show you how to set up UEFS in your team or organisation.

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Updated pricing for products

We're updating the prices of some products to reflect the rate of inflation since they were originally released in 2020.
June Rhodes posted on Jul 28, 2022

As you would be aware, many places around the world are currently experiencing high inflation rates, and Australia is no exception. Since some of our products were released in 2020, the cumulative consumer price index change has been 7.7%. The consumer price index reflects the cost of living in Australia and represents the increase in prices for things such as food, transport and health services. Due to the increase in costs for our staff, we need to adjust the price of products that were released in 2020.

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Fixing keyboard layouts on macOS over remote desktop

Get the ~ key back when you're remoting into a Mac using NoMachine, and the Mac has an ISO keyboard layout.
June Rhodes posted on Nov 21, 2020

I was supporting a customer recently where their Mac laptop had a physical ISO keyboard layout, and because of this the essential ~ key on my ANSI keyboard didn’t map correctly. None of the built-in keyboard layouts in macOS fixed the issue, so I put together a custom keyboard layout to resolve the issue.

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