no suitable method found to override Process(Float)

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:bust_in_silhouette: Asked By alethcoe

I downloaded the beta to use C# 6.0.

Following this tutorial: Coding the player — Godot Engine (stable) documentation in English

I am coding the player and I get this build error.
error CS0115: ‘Player._Process(float)’: no suitable method found to override

Here is the code that is failing.

using Godot;
using System;

public partial class Player : Area2D
	public int Speed = 400; // How fast the player will move (pixels/sec).

	public Vector2 ScreenSize; // Size of the game window.
	public override void _Ready()
		ScreenSize = GetViewportRect().Size;

	public override void _Process(float delta) 

This is the method call it is mad at but from the docs I don’t see any issue unless this was changed in the beta? The tutorial didn’t have a source file I could copy so did i mess up the signature?

:bust_in_silhouette: Reply From: alethcoe

After digging around, I found the latest documentation. instead of en/stable I needed to find the en/latest. It was cahanged to a double and other changes needed to be applied as well.