0 votes

Can you please tell what purpose of lines :

yield(get_tree(), "idle_frame")

I tried to comment these lines with symbol #. But not detected any visible difference in execution. If possible please give detailed description.

in example :

func _ready():
    viewport = get_node("Viewport")
    viewport_sprite = get_node("televizor")

    # Assign the sprite's texture to the viewport texture

    # Let two frames pass to make sure the screen was captured
    yield(get_tree(), "idle_frame")
    yield(get_tree(), "idle_frame")
    viewport_sprite.texture = viewport.get_texture()

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your godot version?

1 Answer

+1 vote

In this case, it seems that it tries to wait a couple of (idle) frames before assigning a viewport to a texture, looks like code of a version 3.0-, since 3.1 all problems with ViewportTexture were (apparently) solved and you do not even need code, only if working on split screen in 2D.

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