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WonderAesthetics
Scratcher
3 posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

can you tell me this is advertising the same as asking for advice on a project? Because I asked for advice is in the scratch welcome commitee and someone came to my profile and said that I was going to be banned if I advertised on there again so are they right? I don't feel like it
WonderAesthetics
Scratcher
3 posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

oh nvm I THINK it got fixed
owl3413
Scratcher
27 posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

hi again! so if you are new to scratch, I can help!
say [be happy]
_Bestgamesever_
Scratcher
12 posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

Flameory
Scratcher
6 posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

Nice i think i'm gonna make one soon
Lyneth_112
Scratcher
32 posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

About Me :
~*ੈ✩‧₊˚ Lyneth ⋆.ೃ࿔*:
Call Me Lyn/Lyneth ✿9 ♌

Sis - @Grace_112354
Alt - @Lyneth_112_Test
Art - @Lyneth_112_Art
Bff / friend - @SophiaLara112 @Mariaw_Halo

#Art #Book #Princess #Girl #DIY
@Lyneth_112

What Is Scratch?
Scratch Is A Friendly Coding App for kids,
Scratch Is A coding website and app! And MORE!

How to share a project?
Simple, Just confirm your email adress! If you confirm your Email, There is the share button at the Right of your project title (when you are editing your project)

Is there some Forums?
Yes, There are many forums, would help you

I there any bugs?
Not still sure

How do we Get Banned?
We don't get banned, Cause No one reported us, Cause We are not Breaking the Rules of Scratch, But if you break the rules, Someone will report you , and you will be banned

Scratch Community Guidelines :
Scratch is a friendly and welcoming community for everyone, where people create, share, and learn together. We welcome people of all ages, races, ethnicities, religions, abilities, sexual orientations, and gender identities. Help keep Scratch a welcoming, supportive, and creative space for all by following these Community Guidelines:

Treat everyone with respect.
Scratchers have diverse backgrounds, interests, identities, and experiences. Everyone on Scratch is encouraged to share things that excite them and are important to them—we hope that you find ways to celebrate your own identity on Scratch, and allow others to do the same. It’s never OK to attack a person or group’s identity or to be unkind to someone about their background or interests.
Be safe: keep personal and contact information private.
For safety reasons, don't give out any information that could be used for private communication, in person or online. This includes sharing real last names, phone numbers, addresses, hometowns, school names, email addresses, usernames or links to social media sites, video chatting applications, or websites with private chat functionality.
Give helpful feedback.
Everyone on Scratch is learning. When commenting on a project, remember to say something you like about it, offer suggestions, and be kind, not critical. Please keep comments respectful and avoid spamming or posting chain mail. We encourage you to try new things, experiment, and learn from others.
Embrace remix culture.
Remixing is when you build upon someone else’s projects, code, ideas, images, or anything else they share on Scratch to make your own unique creation.
Remixing is a great way to collaborate and connect with other Scratchers. You are encouraged to use anything you find on Scratch in your own creations, as long as you provide credit to everyone whose work you used and make a meaningful change to it. And when you share something on Scratch, you are giving permission to all Scratchers to use your work in their creations, too.
Be honest.
It’s important to be honest and authentic when interacting with others on Scratch, and remember that there is a person behind every Scratch account. Spreading rumors, impersonating other Scratchers or celebrities, or pretending to be seriously ill is not respectful to the Scratch Community.
Help keep the site friendly.
It’s important to keep your creations and conversations friendly and appropriate for all ages. If you think something on Scratch is mean, insulting, too violent, or otherwise disruptive to the community, click “Report” to let us know about it. Please use the “Report” button rather than engaging in fights, spreading rumors about other people’s behavior, or otherwise responding to any inappropriate content. The Scratch Team will look at your report and take the appropriate action.
Lyneth_112
Scratcher
32 posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

say [Hello, Be happy at scratch!]
say
NATUREandPLANTS
Scratcher
100+ posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

asqwde wrote:

Hello
Welcome to the Forums


What are the Forums?

According to the Scratch Wiki, “The Scratch Discussion Forums are a part of the Scratch Website where Scratchers may show others their projects, ask for help, suggest ideas for the Scratch program or website, and more.”

Where can I access the forums?

The link can be found at the footer of the Scratch Website (on every page) under “Community”. You can also go to here.

The Forums

The different forums include:

The Announcements Forum
This forum is for announcements from the Scratch Team.

The New Scratchers Forum
This forum is for New Scratchers to introduce themselves into the community.

Help with Scripts
This forum is for users to request for help on projects their working on.

Show and Tell
This forum is for users to show off their projects and studios.

Project Ideas
This forum is for users to discuss project ideas with others.

Collaboration
This forum is for users to work together to create a project.

Requests
This forum is for users who are looking for something and users who want to offer their skills.

Questions About Scratch!
This forum is for general questions about Scratch.

Bugs and Glitches
This forum is for users to point out some of the bugs in Scratch they have recently experienced.

Advances Topics
This forum is for users to talk about technical aspects, advanced features, and/or Scratch Modifications (Mods).

Connecting to the Physical World
This forum is for topics related to Pico Boards, LEGO WeDo ™, and connecting Scratch projects to the physical world.

Developing Scratch Extensions!
This forum is used to give and get help creating Scratch Extensions.

Open Source Projects!
This forum is for all discussions that relate to Scratch's open source projects.

Things I'm Making and Creating
This forum is for users to discuss things they are creating or exploring outside of Scratch, like art, music, programming languages, or crafts.

Things I'm Reading and Playing!
This forum is for users to discuss books, TV, movies, art, music, or videogames that inspire them.

Notes
Other language forums can be found at the bottom of the Discussion Forums page.


What are Stickies?

Stickies are topics that the Scratch Team might consider helpful for (New) Scratchers to use. Stickies are listed at the top of all the forums and have a a blue thumbtack as a logo instead of the normal blue dot. If you wish for your topic to be stickied, you can report the post. In “Reason” section, simply put you are requesting for your topic to be stickied.

How do I create a new topic?

Upon entering a forum, a blue button saying “New Topic” will appear in the top right corner of the forum. Click on the button to create a New Topic.

How do I post in a forum?

If a forum is not closed, scroll to the bottom of the page and type your reply in the New Reply section.

What is a closed topic?

A closed topic is a topic that has been closed by the owner or Scratch Team. That means that you are no longer able to post on that thread. However, you can report the post to request it be reopened.

Other Forums

There are private forums like the SDS forum, the SST forum, and the SWC forum which only certain people can access. The permission to enter those forums is granted by the Scratch Team.

What is a post count?

A post count is a count of how many times you have posted in the forums. You can find the number of posts you have here.

What is bumping a topic?

Bumping a topic means posting the reply “bump” in a topic so it gets moved to the top of the list below the Stickies. Bumping is used by users who want their post to be viewed for opinions/answers.
Please do not bump your post twice in a period of 24 hours

How can I edit my post?

If you have posted a post click edit in the bottom right corner of the post. If you are a New Scratcher, you will need to become a Scratcher in order to do this.

How should I report a post?

Click report at the bottom of the post and explain why you are reporting that post.

Hopefully this answers your basic questions about the Scratch Forums. Be sure to look at the rest of the stickies for more information!


Wow Amazing tutorial .. Good Job

Last edited by NATUREandPLANTS (Oct. 17, 2021 12:31:40)

_-CuteKoala-_
Scratcher
23 posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

This is very helpful, thanks!

ʕ∙ჲ∙ʔ _-CuteKoala-_ || Koala Lover
Flower Academy ❀My Hangout
_-CuteKoala-_
Scratcher
23 posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

How do you reply to a post? (Do you click the quote button?)

ʕ∙ჲ∙ʔ _-CuteKoala-_ || Koala Lover
Flower Academy ❀My Hangout
OfficalSM_Studio
Scratcher
14 posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

when green flag clicked
move (hello!) steps
Lame5743
Scratcher
100+ posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

Hi!! ask me any help!! I am always here to help anyone!!

Lame5743

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Friend_Of_Griffpatch
New to Scratch
1 post

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

Lame5743
Scratcher
100+ posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

Friend_Of_Griffpatch wrote:

Can you try this https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/598337790/


Good Job! good work! loved and faved it! good job for a new scratcher!

Lame5743

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Lame5743
Scratcher
100+ posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

Friend_Of_Griffpatch wrote:

Can you try this https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/598337790/


cool porject!

Last edited by Lame5743 (Nov. 13, 2021 08:06:37)


Lame5743

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elithelion
Scratcher
61 posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

NATUREandPLANTS wrote:

asqwde wrote:

Hello
Welcome to the Forums


What are the Forums?

According to the Scratch Wiki, “The Scratch Discussion Forums are a part of the Scratch Website where Scratchers may show others their projects, ask for help, suggest ideas for the Scratch program or website, and more.”

Where can I access the forums?

The link can be found at the footer of the Scratch Website (on every page) under “Community”. You can also go to here.

The Forums

The different forums include:

The Announcements Forum
This forum is for announcements from the Scratch Team.

The New Scratchers Forum
This forum is for New Scratchers to introduce themselves into the community.

Help with Scripts
This forum is for users to request for help on projects their working on.

Show and Tell
This forum is for users to show off their projects and studios.

Project Ideas
This forum is for users to discuss project ideas with others.

Collaboration
This forum is for users to work together to create a project.

Requests
This forum is for users who are looking for something and users who want to offer their skills.

Questions About Scratch!
This forum is for general questions about Scratch.

Bugs and Glitches
This forum is for users to point out some of the bugs in Scratch they have recently experienced.

Advances Topics
This forum is for users to talk about technical aspects, advanced features, and/or Scratch Modifications (Mods).

Connecting to the Physical World
This forum is for topics related to Pico Boards, LEGO WeDo ™, and connecting Scratch projects to the physical world.

Developing Scratch Extensions!
This forum is used to give and get help creating Scratch Extensions.

Open Source Projects!
This forum is for all discussions that relate to Scratch's open source projects.

Things I'm Making and Creating
This forum is for users to discuss things they are creating or exploring outside of Scratch, like art, music, programming languages, or crafts.

Things I'm Reading and Playing!
This forum is for users to discuss books, TV, movies, art, music, or videogames that inspire them.

Notes
Other language forums can be found at the bottom of the Discussion Forums page.


What are Stickies?

Stickies are topics that the Scratch Team might consider helpful for (New) Scratchers to use. Stickies are listed at the top of all the forums and have a a blue thumbtack as a logo instead of the normal blue dot. If you wish for your topic to be stickied, you can report the post. In “Reason” section, simply put you are requesting for your topic to be stickied.

How do I create a new topic?

Upon entering a forum, a blue button saying “New Topic” will appear in the top right corner of the forum. Click on the button to create a New Topic.

How do I post in a forum?

If a forum is not closed, scroll to the bottom of the page and type your reply in the New Reply section.

What is a closed topic?

A closed topic is a topic that has been closed by the owner or Scratch Team. That means that you are no longer able to post on that thread. However, you can report the post to request it be reopened.

Other Forums

There are private forums like the SDS forum, the SST forum, and the SWC forum which only certain people can access. The permission to enter those forums is granted by the Scratch Team.

What is a post count?

A post count is a count of how many times you have posted in the forums. You can find the number of posts you have here.

What is bumping a topic?

Bumping a topic means posting the reply “bump” in a topic so it gets moved to the top of the list below the Stickies. Bumping is used by users who want their post to be viewed for opinions/answers.
Please do not bump your post twice in a period of 24 hours

How can I edit my post?

If you have posted a post click edit in the bottom right corner of the post. If you are a New Scratcher, you will need to become a Scratcher in order to do this.

How should I report a post?

Click report at the bottom of the post and explain why you are reporting that post.

Hopefully this answers your basic questions about the Scratch Forums. Be sure to look at the rest of the stickies for more information!

Wow Amazing tutorial .. Good Job
ur right
TheOrcaKing
Scratcher
8 posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

when green flag clicked
say [Hi]
go to [ @TheOrcaKing]
<<follow me> and <comment>>When you need help:)

Last edited by TheOrcaKing (Nov. 13, 2021 18:58:18)

-pastel-lover-
Scratcher
21 posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

-pastel-lover-
Scratcher
21 posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

Lame5743
Scratcher
100+ posts

A guide to the forums for new scratchers!

WonderAesthetics wrote:

can you tell me this is advertising the same as asking for advice on a project? Because I asked for advice is in the scratch welcome commitee and someone came to my profile and said that I was going to be banned if I advertised on there again so are they right? I don't feel like it


uh no advertising is when you go to someone's profile,a studio and anywhere in scratch and comment any of your proj ect or studios,that is called advertising ^-^.nd also, this forum or the “Show And Tell” forum is for advertsing only. So,here,you can advertise :}

Lame5743

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