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Hi all,

https://imgur.com/a/bZkfSfm

If you look at that GIF you'll see the problem.

I can guarantee the cards coming out of the left pile and onto the right have the correct Z_Index. You can see the newest cards raise to the top and sit on top of the ones on the bottom.

Why then is the mouse not selecting the card on the top? I'm a little stumped.

Any advice greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

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in my game i can have a few items covering each other. and my code always select the top item. take a look and maybe you can make it work for you aswell.

func _input_event(viewport, event, shape_idx):
if event is InputEventMouseButton \
and event.button_index == BUTTON_LEFT \
and event.is_pressed():
    if Global.mouse_selection and selected:
        selected = false
        Global.mouse_selection = false
        Global.object_selected = null
    elif Global.mouse_selection == false and selected == false:
        selected = true
        Global.mouse_selection = true
        Global.object_selected = self
    elif Global.mouse_selection == true and selected == false:
        selected = true
        Global.object_selected.selected = false
        Global.object_selected = self

i have a global script singleton that holds those two variables "objectselected and mouseselection"

EDIT: and by the way, my item scene contains area2d, collision shape and a sprite

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