asterix1gaulois

So you know how sometimes people (accounts) say that it's ok to remix or that they'd appreciate if you remix? What about the other people. Do they want you to remix or not?
Also, for the people who might not want you to remix their project, there should maybe be a block that is like this:
forever
set remix to (yes) for everyone
end

Or like this
forever
set remix to (no) for everyone
end

But I don't know if everyone would like that. Or if the person won't really care. At least I don't really care about remixing but I don't know if everyone likes that.

- asterix1gaulois

P.S. I hope this gets a response or the blocks get made or something! Bye!

SmellyMonkey43

Everyone has different opinions on whether they like remixes on their project but you are allowed to remix anything so it doesn't really matter. If you see someone trying to stop people from remixing their project you should report them because that is not allowed. If you still care if someone likes remixes the best way to find out is to ask them.

HW_Games

There will never be a block that looks like that, because everyone is allowed to remix any project. People have got banned for asking people not to remix, not going to name names…

SausageMcSauce

Having an option to prevent other users remix projects is rejected:

Rejected Suggestions Sticky wrote:

3.2 Disable remixing or censor minor remixes
One of the most important ideas of Scratch is the share aspect. Scratch is a website not only for displaying your work, but also for sharing it with others, and by posting your project on the Scratch website you agree to allow others to remix your work. You are not allowed to write “Do not remix this project” in the Notes and Credits of your project; you may get alerted for this, because it discourages remixing.

A remix of a project is allowed on Scratch, even if the remix only contains minor changes (this includes recolors). However, when you remix a project, you should put in the Notes and Credits what you changed. If you see a project that contains no noticeable changes, please use the Report button on it so the Scratch Team can take a look at it. This suggestion extends to “extremely minor remixes,” such as a remix of a game that gives you 2 points per second instead of 1. As long as the user explains what they changed about the project and gives proper credit, this is okay.

Edit: Possibly ninja'd

asterix1gaulois

HW_Games wrote:

There will never be a block that looks like that, because everyone is allowed to remix any project. People have got banned for asking people not to remix, not going to name names…

Oh.. ok. Sorry for that not so great idea.
But thanks for that warning.
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Thanks for the welcome!

asterix1gaulois

SausageMcSauce wrote:

Having an option to prevent other users remix projects is rejected:

Rejected Suggestions Sticky wrote:

3.2 Disable remixing or censor minor remixes
One of the most important ideas of Scratch is the share aspect. Scratch is a website not only for displaying your work, but also for sharing it with others, and by posting your project on the Scratch website you agree to allow others to remix your work. You are not allowed to write “Do not remix this project” in the Notes and Credits of your project; you may get alerted for this, because it discourages remixing.

A remix of a project is allowed on Scratch, even if the remix only contains minor changes (this includes recolors). However, when you remix a project, you should put in the Notes and Credits what you changed. If you see a project that contains no noticeable changes, please use the Report button on it so the Scratch Team can take a look at it. This suggestion extends to “extremely minor remixes,” such as a remix of a game that gives you 2 points per second instead of 1. As long as the user explains what they changed about the project and gives proper credit, this is okay.

Edit: Possibly ninja'd

Ok, I know now…
Sorry