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I am currently creating an inventory with 3 columns. In the middle one I have a button which shall make a scroll container appear above the other stuff in the inventory. I am not entirely sure how to go about this, so I first tried to create a new scene with the scroll container and make it appear on button pressed. Well this works, BUT the rest of the inventory disappears as I change the scene... This does not look quiet all right. Is there another way to do this?

This is how I change scenes:

func goto_scene(path):
call_deferred("_deferred_goto_scene", path)

func deferredgotoscene(path):
var s = ResourceLoader.load(path)
currentscene = s.instance()

Maybe I should not use the, but in general I am not sure if changing scenes is a good way to tackle this.

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Apparently, ommitting the makes everything look alright, but I am still not sure if changing the scene is really neccessary and a good solution.

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