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All XP Coin locations for the fifth Fortnite season 7th week

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In version 15.20, Epic Games added a much-needed setting to Fortnite: “Disable Presets.” Here’s how it works and how to define it.

Finally, after years of Reddit threads, Twitter posts and begging for professional players, Epic has added a “disable pre-editing” setting to Fortnite.

Here’s everything you need to know about the new setting, including how it works and where to find it.

What does “pre-edit” mean?

Pre-edit refers to the ability to edit a structure before placing it. The most common use of pre-editing throughout Fortnite’s history was cone / slope editing when console players had to use Combat Pro.

Now, however, very few players are using presets. Instead, presets present a hurdle, as they are always completed by mistake. Of course, there are still some specialized apps for pre-mods, but most players wanted Epic to add an option to disable these mods.

How to disable presets

You can find the new option under the settings tab (cogwheel) in the start menu. Scroll down to the “Building” section, and you’ll see four options. One of them is the new “Disable Pre-Edit Option”.

If you turn this off, you won’t be able to tweak structures before placing them – good news for the most part of the Fortnite community.

If it did take Epic years to finally add that option, it’s finally here. Next stop, the FoV Slider!

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