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Hi! I'm trying to make an exit button in godot, as the title says. I tried to put get_tree().quit() in a script but not worked. Any solutions please? I'll post the button's script and the tittlescreen script.


extends Button

func _ready():

func _on_Button_pressed():


extends Control

var scene_path_to_load

func _ready():
    for button in $Menu/CenterRow/Buttons.get_children():
        button.connect("pressed", self, "_on_Button_pressed", [button.scene_to_load])

func _on_Button_pressed(scene_to_load):
    scene_path_to_load = scene_to_load

func _on_FadeIn_fade_finished():

func _on_OptionsButton_pressed():
    pass # Replace with function body.
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Did you connect the signal? Alternatively, you can override _press without connecting it:

func _pressed():

I've connected the signal, but didn't work. However, I found the answer. I just changed the script to

extends Button

func _physics_process(delta: float) -> void:
    if is_pressed():

and now it works!

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