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I want to highlight a sprite when the mouse is over it, so my idea is to put the
Sprite into an
Area2D, attach to the
CollisonShape2D and connect the signals
mouse_exited to know if I have to highlight the sprite or not.
The issue is, if those nodes are under a
ColorRect (or also under a
mouse_entered signal is not fired if the mouse enters the CollisonShape2D where it overlaps the
I don’t know if it’s possible to prevent that ?
I saw the property “Mouse > Filter” in the
ColorRect’s inspector, and if I set it to ignore, the
ColorRect signals about
mouse_exited are not fired but it doesn’t change anything about the
I’m still a newbie with Godot, I hope somebody could help me or tell me if I’m doing that wrong. Thanks !
Setting mouse_filter to ignore or pass actually should work. Perhaps collision shapes have different ways of detecting mouse. Would’nt it be easier if You used some Control node inheritant instead of Area and Collision Shape for your Sprite ? All COntrol nodes detect mouse and they won’t compete with each other when mouse_filters are correctly set.
Inces | 2022-01-14 07:51
Indeed, I tried again and set it to
ignore works as expected ! I don’t know what I did the first time I tried this but for sure, I did it wrong…
Thank you a lot for your help !
Zombixel | 2022-01-14 20:31