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So I need to check against a variable from in another script. Seems quite simple, just use get_node and call the variable where needed right? It's not working like that this time and I have no idea why.

Spawn Area script:

extends Area2D

var readyCheck

onready var spawnTrigger = get_node("/root/MainScene/SpawnTrigger").trigger

func _on_Area2D_body_entered(body):
    if(spawnTrigger == 1):
        print("Spawn Enemies"))

Spawn Trigger script:

extends Area2D

var trigger = 0

func _on_Area2D_body_entered(body):
    if == "Player":
        trigger = 1

So, something like this hasnt been an issue before but for some reason it is now and it's throwing up "Invalid get index 'trigger' (on base: 'Node2D')"

in Engine by (22 points)

1 Answer

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I guess, this means that this part of the line


is returning node without trigger field.

by (19 points)

For some reason it was but I fixed it by "parsing" it through another script. It works now, not sure why it didn't before but it does now

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