+3 votes

I mean honesty..

There is nothing about this in the documentation and no function or method to get that index! There are no tutorials anywhere about it either. Such a simple thing, why is it so hidden in godot?

Please help

in Engine by (100 points)

2 Answers

+1 vote

ah nevermind. I figured it out. You have to connect the itemList to the node with the script.
Then you get this function

func onItemListitemselected( index ):
print (index)

by (100 points)
–7 votes

Oh my God... in the "ItemList" not built-in method returns the index of the selected item?!!... This is a cruel joke?

by (359 points)

I get it is weird. But this is not an answer, you should add it as a comment.

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