lovepup3

when green flag clicked
switch backdrop to [ Rays]

hsamo

How about general requests ?

Chewyblockguy

excuse me I do not know how to report something to be sickied,moved or closed and I need to know so I can be on the lookout for misplaced forums can you tell me how?

cheddargirl

Chewyblockguy wrote:

excuse me I do not know how to report something to be sickied,moved or closed and I need to know so I can be on the lookout for misplaced forums can you tell me how?
Forum posts have a report button on their bottom-right. Use that to report something.

deeki

Thanks for the updates!

bestfriendsfore

scimonster wrote:

Thanks for reposting this. I made a small edit fixing my name (capital S, which i didn't care about when i made my account).
Haa

scratchaholic_1

Thanks
now i understand

DrWafflehead

What if you need a intro?

RedGuy7

DrWafflehead wrote:

What if you need a intro?
Then come to the requests forums

Rendangbike2

cheddargirl wrote:

So, we're getting some confusion about the purpose of the “Requests” thread, and finding a lot of threads being misplaced here. Scimonster made a huge helpful list about which requests go where, so I'm reposting it (with a few edits so it fits the current 2.0 forums). Hopefully this topic will clear up which requests goes where. :)

  • Help with Scripts — Requesting help with your scripts
  • Show and Tell — Requesting views and/or feedback on a project and/or studio (formerly called a “gallery”)
  • Project Ideas — Requesting ideas and/or feedback on ideas for projects
  • Collaboration — Requesting members for your collaboration, and other things with collaborations (although advanced collaborations go in Advanced Topics)
  • Requests — Requesting media like a signature, music, or art; creating a request shop for those items

  • Bugs and Glitches — Requesting bug fixes found in the Scratch Software or Scratch website
  • Questions About Scratch — Requesting help with certain features of Scratch
  • Suggestions — Requesting new features for the Scratch 2.0 software or website
  • Advanced Topics — Requesting help with advanced features using Scratch or Scratch modifications
  • Connecting to the Physical World — Requesting help with PicoBoards, Lego WeDo, and other interfaces connecting Scratch to the physical world

  • Things I’m Making and Creating — Requesting feedback/discussion on things you made outside of Scratch (NOTE: stuff made in Scratch e.g, projects, belong in Show And Tell)
  • Things I’m Reading and Playing — Requesting discussion on media like books, movies, music, games, etc.

  • Scratch in other Languages — Requesting help with Scratch in languages other than English (use a specific one if your language is there)
  • Translating Scratch — Requesting parts of the Scratch Program and/or Website be localized to your language.

There are other requests that don’t go in specific forums. For these, the report button or “Contact Us” link (found at the bottom of the Scratch webpage) should be used.
  • Requesting a topic to be moved — If you see a topic in the wrong forum, please report it to be moved.
  • Requesting your topics to be closed — When a topic is closed, other people cannot post in it. I occasionally request for others’ topics to be closed when they do not know how to report, but only after they’ve posted that they want it closed.
  • Requesting your topics to be opened — Sometimes, after a topic got closed, you will want it open again. Simply report it with your reason for reopening.
  • Requesting a signature to be reviewed by a mod — If you see a signature that you feel needs to be checked out by a mod (example: bad signature image, inappropriate link, etc.), use the report link.

  • Requesting an admin to review a project, studio, comment, or profile page description — Don't use the forums for those things at all! Use the appropriate flag/report links to report those things to the Scratch Team (it's faster that way and helps to keep other Scratchers from viewing potential inappropriate content).
  • Requesting an admin to about an alert/notification — If you have a question about an alert/notification you received, use the “Contact Us” link at the bottom of the Scratch webpage to get in contact with a Scratch Team member.

What about Follow requests?
Follow requests should be limited to your profile description and your signature.
Maybe use suggesting not requesting

usernameperson1

cheddargirl wrote:

So, we're getting some confusion about the purpose of the “Requests” thread, and finding a lot of threads being misplaced here. Scimonster made a huge helpful list about which requests go where, so I'm reposting it (with a few edits so it fits the current 2.0 forums). Hopefully this topic will clear up which requests goes where. :)

  • Help with Scripts — Requesting help with your scripts
  • Show and Tell — Requesting views and/or feedback on a project and/or studio (formerly called a “gallery”)
  • Project Ideas — Requesting ideas and/or feedback on ideas for projects
  • Collaboration — Requesting members for your collaboration, and other things with collaborations (although advanced collaborations go in Advanced Topics)
  • Requests — Requesting media like a signature, music, or art; creating a request shop for those items

  • Bugs and Glitches — Requesting bug fixes found in the Scratch Software or Scratch website
  • Questions About Scratch — Requesting help with certain features of Scratch
  • Suggestions — Requesting new features for the Scratch 2.0 software or website
  • Advanced Topics — Requesting help with advanced features using Scratch or Scratch modifications
  • Connecting to the Physical World — Requesting help with PicoBoards, Lego WeDo, and other interfaces connecting Scratch to the physical world

  • Things I’m Making and Creating — Requesting feedback/discussion on things you made outside of Scratch (NOTE: stuff made in Scratch e.g, projects, belong in Show And Tell)
  • Things I’m Reading and Playing — Requesting discussion on media like books, movies, music, games, etc.

  • Scratch in other Languages — Requesting help with Scratch in languages other than English (use a specific one if your language is there)
  • Translating Scratch — Requesting parts of the Scratch Program and/or Website be localized to your language.

There are other requests that don’t go in specific forums. For these, the report button or “Contact Us” link (found at the bottom of the Scratch webpage) should be used.
  • Requesting a topic to be moved — If you see a topic in the wrong forum, please report it to be moved.
  • Requesting your topics to be closed — When a topic is closed, other people cannot post in it. I occasionally request for others’ topics to be closed when they do not know how to report, but only after they’ve posted that they want it closed.
  • Requesting your topics to be opened — Sometimes, after a topic got closed, you will want it open again. Simply report it with your reason for reopening.
  • Requesting a signature to be reviewed by a mod — If you see a signature that you feel needs to be checked out by a mod (example: bad signature image, inappropriate link, etc.), use the report link.

  • Requesting an admin to review a project, studio, comment, or profile page description — Don't use the forums for those things at all! Use the appropriate flag/report links to report those things to the Scratch Team (it's faster that way and helps to keep other Scratchers from viewing potential inappropriate content).
  • Requesting an admin to about an alert/notification — If you have a question about an alert/notification you received, use the “Contact Us” link at the bottom of the Scratch webpage to get in contact with a Scratch Team member.

What about Follow requests?
Follow requests should be limited to your profile description and your signature.
This is great, however, I feel it doesn't belong here. It should probably be in the Announcements area, that way everyone will be bound to see it if they decide to go to the forums.

usernameperson1

Rendangbike2 wrote:

cheddargirl wrote:

So, we're getting some confusion about the purpose of the “Requests” thread, and finding a lot of threads being misplaced here. Scimonster made a huge helpful list about which requests go where, so I'm reposting it (with a few edits so it fits the current 2.0 forums). Hopefully this topic will clear up which requests goes where. :)

  • Help with Scripts — Requesting help with your scripts
  • Show and Tell — Requesting views and/or feedback on a project and/or studio (formerly called a “gallery”)
  • Project Ideas — Requesting ideas and/or feedback on ideas for projects
  • Collaboration — Requesting members for your collaboration, and other things with collaborations (although advanced collaborations go in Advanced Topics)
  • Requests — Requesting media like a signature, music, or art; creating a request shop for those items

  • Bugs and Glitches — Requesting bug fixes found in the Scratch Software or Scratch website
  • Questions About Scratch — Requesting help with certain features of Scratch
  • Suggestions — Requesting new features for the Scratch 2.0 software or website
  • Advanced Topics — Requesting help with advanced features using Scratch or Scratch modifications
  • Connecting to the Physical World — Requesting help with PicoBoards, Lego WeDo, and other interfaces connecting Scratch to the physical world

  • Things I’m Making and Creating — Requesting feedback/discussion on things you made outside of Scratch (NOTE: stuff made in Scratch e.g, projects, belong in Show And Tell)
  • Things I’m Reading and Playing — Requesting discussion on media like books, movies, music, games, etc.

  • Scratch in other Languages — Requesting help with Scratch in languages other than English (use a specific one if your language is there)
  • Translating Scratch — Requesting parts of the Scratch Program and/or Website be localized to your language.

There are other requests that don’t go in specific forums. For these, the report button or “Contact Us” link (found at the bottom of the Scratch webpage) should be used.
  • Requesting a topic to be moved — If you see a topic in the wrong forum, please report it to be moved.
  • Requesting your topics to be closed — When a topic is closed, other people cannot post in it. I occasionally request for others’ topics to be closed when they do not know how to report, but only after they’ve posted that they want it closed.
  • Requesting your topics to be opened — Sometimes, after a topic got closed, you will want it open again. Simply report it with your reason for reopening.
  • Requesting a signature to be reviewed by a mod — If you see a signature that you feel needs to be checked out by a mod (example: bad signature image, inappropriate link, etc.), use the report link.

  • Requesting an admin to review a project, studio, comment, or profile page description — Don't use the forums for those things at all! Use the appropriate flag/report links to report those things to the Scratch Team (it's faster that way and helps to keep other Scratchers from viewing potential inappropriate content).
  • Requesting an admin to about an alert/notification — If you have a question about an alert/notification you received, use the “Contact Us” link at the bottom of the Scratch webpage to get in contact with a Scratch Team member.

What about Follow requests?
Follow requests should be limited to your profile description and your signature.
Maybe use suggesting not requesting
Suggesting and requesting are the same thing.

congyingzhou

usernameperson1 wrote:

~snip~
This is great, however, I feel it doesn't belong here. It should probably be in the Announcements area, that way everyone will be bound to see it if they decide to go to the forums.
That's not true. It's about this forum, and it's stickied anyway so all people who come here will see it. And there's something like this in almost every single forum, so that would clutter up the announcements forum if it was put there.
i don't think anybody checks the announcements forum frequently anyway

KaRup1006

Super helpful! thanks!

Cxsmic_

Hi, Im new and I want to know how to add a banner to your profile. Like all the pictures that are at the bottom of everyone posts.

theUSofA

HI!

Lily-Lavender

Cxsmic_ wrote:

Hi, Im new and I want to know how to add a banner to your profile. Like all the pictures that are at the bottom of everyone posts.
So you get your image and put in in image tags, in your signature editor, so for you, it would be this. Click here to change it

oh that is a trash explanation isn't it?

tumbolafield

yes i agree

tumbolafield

i also want to know

maxpasenyants

oh i get it