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Hello, I am creating a room like the binding of Isaac

calldeferred(removechild, ...) and calldeferred(addchild, ...) to change the room every time the door is opened.

But even if I check the remote, there is nothing wrong, but this error pops up in the debugger.

[Condition "!isinsidetree()" is true. Returned: false]

I wrote the above mechanism by loading the instance stored in the Level1 scene room array from

Sorry to my awful English, Thank you.

Godot version 3.3.2
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this looks like you are doing something with the object before it is in the tree.

If you create an instance and add it via add_child you have to wait unitl it signals "ready" to actually be sure it is initialized correctly.

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signal "Ready"!

I wasn't thinking about the signal in the first place. Thank you!

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