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    I totally agree with this. In C++, the :: separator is used, so you could enter a type to a method as std::vector. Whether you support a separator of slash or :: or something else, namespace entry is important. If you enter it in the inspector panel, then it looses the ability to do parsing / code generation. Also, any argument you write with invalid symbols will not be linked to actual types (so changing the name of the type will not update it in the method).

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