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I'm trying to override my animation player functions like this:

tool
extends AnimationPlayer

func seek (seconds:float,update:bool=false ) -> void:
    print("seek =>",seconds)
    .seek(seconds,update)

func advance (delta:float) -> void:
    print("advanced=>",delta)
    .advance(delta)

func play (name:String="", custom_blend:float=-1, custom_speed:float=1.0,from_end:bool=false) -> void:
    print("play")
    .play(name,custom_blend,custom_speed,from_end)

but I have no idea why it isn't working, nothing is being printed when I test it

I'm particularly interested in seek(), when I move the time bar/when the animation is playing, it should be simultaneously print the seconds of where it is

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Basically I'm trying to track the time bar

Godot version v3.5.stable.mono
in Engine by (89 points)

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