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JavierR100
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500+ posts

"When stop sign clicked"!

No support, its rejected.
Also:

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bip901
Scratcher
100+ posts

"When stop sign clicked"!

Read this. But I DO support the
when green circle clicked  :: events

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iamunknown2
Scratcher
1000+ posts

"When stop sign clicked"!

The sprite would be in the project space, what if the project maker didn't want to go to all the trouble of making a new sprite and putting in the “When this sprite clicked” block, or they simply don't want it to take up the space in the project, then the green circle idea would be ideal.
The green flag is supposed to start the project. The stop sign is supposed to stop the project. The buttons are like the power button of an Android phone - they control stuff what the software/project can't. The actual project itself is more like the stuff that shows up on the screen. To add the green circle would be like adding physical, say, arrow keys to the phone.

Last edited by iamunknown2 (June 27, 2016 07:55:53)


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Sigton
Scratcher
1000+ posts

"When stop sign clicked"!

The stop sign stops the project, so thus can't start scripts. No support.

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f1lip
Scratcher
1000+ posts

"When stop sign clicked"!

No support. It defeats the purpose of the stop sign button. What if someone did this:
when stop sign pressed :: hat
say [YOU CANT STOP THIS PROJECT]
The stop sign is meant to stop the project.
alexphan
Scratcher
1000+ posts

"When stop sign clicked"!

Yanderan wrote:

*sigh* That's it I'm NEVER making suggestions ever again until you give support on some of my existing suggestions.
Accept that your suggestions will get negative feedback. It's a completely normal part of life. Trust me, it gets worse in real life discussions.

Last edited by alexphan (June 27, 2016 21:34:47)


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FatFitFut
Scratcher
48 posts

"When stop sign clicked"!

No Support. 80% chance this thing will annoy people
Example : when people want to stop the project for some reason. it didnt stop but still continuing doing something that people say “annoying”

when I receive [a news that FatFitFut is offline v]
wait until <[FatFitFut] = [online again]>
Error occured. The last block is taking too long to execute that the next script run because they are too bored to wait
Jackzack
Scratcher
100+ posts

"When stop sign clicked"!

Support:
Here is how I would use this block
when stop clicked::hat
ask [Are you sure you want to stop this project?(Yes/No)] and wait

when stop clicked::hat
forever

if <(answer) = [Yes ]> then

stop [all v]
end
if <(answer) = [No ]> then
Stop Stopping
end
end
It would be useful if you accidentialy press the stop sign, but to do this you must make it one click start the script

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liam48D
Scratcher
1000+ posts

"When stop sign clicked"!

Jackzack wrote:

Support:
Here is how I would use this block
when stop clicked::hat
ask [Are you sure you want to stop this project?(Yes/No)] and wait

when stop clicked::hat
forever

if <(answer) = [Yes ]> then

stop [all v]
end
if <(answer) = [No ]> then
Stop Stopping
end
end
It would be useful if you accidentialy press the stop sign, but to do this you must make it one click start the script
How does the “stop stopping” block work?

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IronBit_Studios
Scratcher
1000+ posts

"When stop sign clicked"!

So, imagine you're on a bus to.. uhh.. MIT.
You pull the “Stop” cord, the stop light flashes, but nope, the driver just keeps going, all the way to Boston.
See what I mean?

PaddlerGames
Scratcher
100+ posts

"When stop sign clicked"!

No support, because in the sticky over here, it says:

jvvg wrote:

23. When stop sign clicked block
The whole purpose of the stop sign block is to stop all blocks, so starting another script would both defeat the purpose of the button and make the project more confusing, as people will try to stop it and other stuff will start happening.

Last edited by PaddlerGames (June 28, 2016 21:10:37)


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Paddle2See
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1000+ posts

"When stop sign clicked"!

Sorry, no.

When the stop sign is clicked, the project should stop - that's what people expect to happen. If you want something to appear when the project stops, use a ghosted sprite - when the project stops, the graphic effects stop, and the sprite appears. At least, that used to work a few years back - hopefully it still does.

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