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Hello. I have a scene (scene 1) that I instanced in another scene (scene 2). If I open scene 1 and edit it, the changes I made do not show in scene 2. The only way I found to show the changes of scene 1 in scene 2 was to delete the instance of scene 1 and instanced again in scene 2.

Is there a more efficient way to do this?

asked Mar 6, 2019 in Engine by Tachekentya (111 points)

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The instance of scene 1 inside scene 2 should auto update. Are you actually saving your changes to scene 1 (CTRL + S)?
Also which version of Godot are you using? On which operating system?

answered Mar 6, 2019 by omggomb (691 points)

it is Godot 3.06. yes, I have saved the scenes. I'm using windows. The problem happens just if I edit something in the instance of scene 1

So you're editing the instance of scene 1 inside scene 2? That's not going to update scene 1 itself. Updating only works if you edit the scene itself, then all instances of it will update with the changes you made to the scene. It's a one way road.

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