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I've been trying to create a sort of dynamic listing using a scroll container such that once the area initially allocated by the container is filled with label nodes it would then allow me to scroll down to see those labels.

Currently I have a scroll container with a VBox container child node that I procedurally add label node children to. It works well until it exceeds the length of the scroll container where it does add a scroll bar but does not seem to be scrollable. Below this I have some buttons that also appear to not be able to be pressed once this happens as if the labels are now stopping the mouse but don't appear to be above the buttons.

What is it that I'm doing wrong here?

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I had a similar problem and my solution was to uncheck "stop mouse" and "ignore mouse" in all the children of scrollcontainer that needed it.

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