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The areaenter callback works when I create an Area2D node inside the scene editor with a child CollisionShape2D, given a RectangleShape2D, and then having the Area2D node's areaenter "connected" to a custom function. Again, this way works.

However, if I make a subclass which extends Area2D, I cannot get the area_enter callback to work. I try with the default callback, with a custom function, and I try to check overlapping nodes in the process function. Here's an example of the code:

class Projectile extends Area2D:
var projSprite
var collShape

func _init(x, y):

    projSprite = Sprite.new()
    set_pos(Vector2(x, y))
    collShape = CollisionShape2D.new()
    var rect = RectangleShape2D.new()
    connect("area_enter", self, "projectile_enter_area")

func _process(delta):
    translate(Vector2(0, -400 * delta))

    if (get_overlapping_areas().size() != 0):
        print("somethinggg overlapping")

func _area_enter(area):
    print("area collision")

func area_enter(area):
    print("area collision")

func projectile_enter_area(area):
    print("custom collision callback")
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2 Answers

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You will probably want to use the body_enter(body) callback instead if it's the projectile object itself you're checking for (providing it's able to collide).

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