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So I am using a blackout screen between scene loads (ColorRect with a Tween added) in my mini game I am working on. Fade ins work great but for some reason on my end screen, the buttons are disabled after a fade finishes (no changes on hover, clicks don't work).

What easy solution am I overlooking here?

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The ColorRect is faded in for the new scene? Is the ColorRect also made invisible after the fade in, i.e. its visible property is set to false?

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Try changing the ColorRect's mouse_filter property. By default, it absorbs mouse inputs and doesn't pass them to the underneath objects. You probably want it to be on "ignore" mode, so it will ignore mouse input, and the underneath items will receive them instead.

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That did it, thank you!

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