singer543

Maybe you should read all these if ya are new to scratch.

Sigton

Pippy7 wrote:

Where would you host a Roleplay?
Here

singer543 wrote:

Maybe you should read all these if ya are new to scratch.
Yup, you should

Sigton

singer543

Hey everyone! I have answer to “where should we put roleplays?” A: There are studios for books and tv shows you can rp with. create a character and get started!!

Pippy7

singer543 wrote:

Hey everyone! I have answer to “where should we put roleplays?” A: There are studios for books and tv shows you can rp with. create a character and get started!!
Thanks

HPUser

where would i post about a project if i wanted other people to remix my project? (its one of the draw me projects)
((most likely) Requests?)
(Show and tell?)

cheddargirl

HPUser wrote:

where would i post about a project if i wanted other people to remix my project? (its one of the draw me projects)
((most likely) Requests?)
(Show and tell?)

Show and Tell. Requests are more for people who are asking for sounds and music for projects.

Gabama7

cheddargirl wrote:

kayybee wrote:

I was going to post one but I didn't have time.

Good thing you made it
Yeah, we needed it. Too many miscats in the Requests section. ^^;
Do you have any tips on getting more popular I want this game to be popular https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/121566342/

mihirp

You are supposed to put requests in the requests topic and only requests.

Pippy7

Just wondering…

Where would you post things relating to what to expect on your profile and/or what your going to do in a couple of weeks/months/years?

mihirp

Some people just randomly put topics you need to know what category you're using.

gamezjamez

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.
Please play my games: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/113702712/ , https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/118144906/

mihirp

We need people to know what category they're putting their topics in or it's going to be bad. This needs to stop or it's going to be bad.

mihirp

gamezjamez 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.
Please play my games: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/113702712/ , https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/118144906/
This really helps to people who put their topics randomly in a category.

evanthehacker

mihirp wrote:

gamezjamez 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.
Please play my games: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/113702712/ , https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/118144906/
This really helps to people who put their topics randomly in a category.
Hey just saw you on the fourm page @mihirp but 61 posts?

mihirp

clashofclansguy1234 wrote:

how do u add the christmas icon?

Do not write that because this is not about that

ChiLucyH

Hi, if you have not watched the turkey song ( by LightningGuy ) then type in turkey in the search box above!!!!! LighningGuy if you are reading this, please teach me how to animate and make songs like that!!!!

Sigton

ChiLucyH wrote:

Hi, if you have not watched the turkey song ( by LightningGuy ) then type in turkey in the search box above!!!!! LighningGuy if you are reading this, please teach me how to animate and make songs like that!!!!
Hi there!
Glad you appreciate the project, but here isn't the place to tell everyone. Why not make a topic here?

Sigton

Monkey_Legend

Sigton wrote:

ChiLucyH wrote:

Hi, if you have not watched the turkey song ( by LightningGuy ) then type in turkey in the search box above!!!!! LighningGuy if you are reading this, please teach me how to animate and make songs like that!!!!
Hi there!
Glad you appreciate the project, but here isn't the place to tell everyone. Why not make a topic here?

Sigton
And it will probably increase the people who view it if you create your own topic

ML

ignas04

Helpful for new scratchers!

Fruitninja889

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.
my project-quiz- isnt working whenever i it is incorrect it gives 1 point when correct gives 2.also it isn't switching backgrounds.