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A small question,
How can I prevent the paddle's KinematicBody2D sprites from breaking out of the screen beyond the screen?
Note: How do you receive the size of the stage when you create a game to scroll?
(in the future.)

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You can find the size of the viewport with:


I don't know what "paddles" you mean, but you can clamp movement to the viewport in your positioning code. The sample Dodge Game has a good example of how to use it. Keep in mind that Dodge is written for V3.0, but "clamp" works the same for the stable version.

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So I'm trying the Dodge Game example but clamping isn't working. I tried the code myself and even copy-pasted from the tutorial. It says "Unexpected Token: Identifier: Position"

I'm not sure what's happening. I've read the tutorial up and down.
The tutorial in question:

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