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I'm making a custom object with a custom method

class Grid: public Node
    bool intersects( const Grid & g ) const;

what is the right way to register a method similar to "intersects( const Grid & g )" correctly if I can't inherit from "Reference"?

On my own I figured out that I can inherit from "Reference" instead of a "Node" and use "bool intersects( const Ref< Grid > g) const" method signature.

But how to do that if I need to inherit from "Node" or "Spatial" in order to make ClassDB::bind_method() to accept the method binding without errors?

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