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Id like to create a SINGLE tilemap with two different types of ground.
This is of course no problem but i want to have multiple tiles on one position to have a "normal" ground tile and additionally a border tile with a bit of transparency on top of that.
Is there a way to do this without creating a second tilemap?

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There is no way to have two tiles in the same cell within one tilemap. You can make as many tiles as ground transitions and make auto-tiles out of them with neighboring masks, like in TilEd's (I don't know where that's documented though).
But if you really want to have two tiles in one place, you have to make a second layer, i.e a second tilemap.

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