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blueparrot18
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Hi There. Welcome to the Scratch community, have you ever wondered what are the ranks in scratch? Well, This topic will Help You!

Please report this to be sticked!
Want to know what the ranks mean?
What the difference between a ‘New Scratcher’ and ‘Forum Moderator’ is?
Here you go!
New Scratchers:
  • They have the 120-second rule; this means they have to wait 120 seconds (2 minutes) between posts.
  • They have to wait 30 seconds between comments.
  • They are the only rank that cannot use Cloud Data.
  • They cannot post the same comment three times in a row.
  • They can only edit posts after the initial page load.
  • They can't post links to non-scratch sites.
  • For more info, look here.
Scratchers:
Post lots of comments and projects to get promoted to Scratcher!
  • They have the 60 second rule; this means they have to wait 60 seconds (1 minute) between posts.
  • They cannot post the same comment three times in a row.
  • They can freely edit their own posts.
  • They can close their own topics IF it has been up for more than 24 hours.
  • They can use Cloud Data.
Scratch Wiki Editors:
  • Have all the Scratcher's permissions
  • Can edit the Scratch Wiki



big] Test-Scratch Wiki Editors:
Scratch Team:
  • They can receive reports from the main website and forums.
  • They can move, close, delete and edit topics, even if they are not their own.
  • They have the 0 second rule, which means no rule relating to the time between posts.
  • They can post new topics in Announcements.
  • They can remove projects from the website if it is inappropriate.
  • They can ban users.

Last edited by blueparrot18 (Feb. 14, 2018 13:09:44)


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-ShadowOfTheFuture-
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Please don't try to copy other topics.

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blueparrot18
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-ShadowOfTheFuture- wrote:

Please don't try to copy other topics.
This is Meant to change it, I have talked with Paddle

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asqwde
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Nice guide!
blueparrot18
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asqwde wrote:

Nice guide!
Thanks. Can u report for sticky?

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KrIsMa
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Scratch Wiki Editors:

They have the 0 second rule.
They also have all the stuff relating to being Scratchers, except the 60 second rule.

Any sources say this is true?

Fellow Wikian.
makethebrainhappy
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blueparrot18 wrote:

asqwde wrote:

Nice guide!
Thanks. Can u report for sticky?

Unfortunately this topic is a duplicate of this and this.

Thanks for your concern for the community though.
blueparrot18
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KrIsMa wrote:

Scratch Wiki Editors:

They have the 0 second rule.
They also have all the stuff relating to being Scratchers, except the 60 second rule.

Any sources say this is true?
Yeah, Paddle2see

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Hamish752
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blueparrot18 wrote:

KrIsMa wrote:

Scratch Wiki Editors:

They have the 0 second rule.
They also have all the stuff relating to being Scratchers, except the 60 second rule.

Any sources say this is true?
Yeah, Paddle2see
This is incorrect. We definitely have the 60 second rule - I've been hit with it multiple times myself. I doubt the Scratch Forums can even distinguish between who is and isn't a Wiki editor.

asqwde
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Hamish752 wrote:

blueparrot18 wrote:

KrIsMa wrote:

Scratch Wiki Editors:

They have the 0 second rule.
They also have all the stuff relating to being Scratchers, except the 60 second rule.

Any sources say this is true?
Yeah, Paddle2see
This is incorrect. We definitely have the 60 second rule - I've been hit with it multiple times myself. I doubt the Scratch Forums can even distinguish between who is and isn't a Wiki editor.
I have the 60 second rule
FuturePr0
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blueparrot18 wrote:

Hi There. Welcome to the Scratch community, have you ever wondered what are the ranks in scratch? Well, This topic will Help You!

Please report this to be sticked!
Want to know what the ranks mean?
What the difference between a ‘New Scratcher’ and ‘Forum Moderator’ is?
Here you go!
New Scratchers:
  • They have the 120-second rule; this means they have to wait 120 seconds (2 minutes) between posts.
  • They have to wait 30 seconds between comments.
  • They are the only rank that cannot use Cloud Data.
  • They cannot post the same comment three times in a row.
  • They can only edit posts after the initial page load.
  • They can't post links to non-scratch sites.
  • For more info, look here.
Scratchers:
Post lots of comments and projects to get promoted to Scratcher!
  • They have the 60 second rule; this means they have to wait 60 seconds (1 minute) between posts.
  • They cannot post the same comment three times in a row.
  • They can freely edit their own posts.
  • They can close their own topics IF it has been up for more than 24 hours.
  • They can use Cloud Data.
Scratch Wiki Editors:
  • Have all the Scratcher's permissions
  • Can edit the Scratch Wiki

They have the 0 second rule.
They also have all the stuff relating to being Scratchers, except the 60 second rule.

big] Test-Scratch Wiki Editors:
Scratch Team:
  • They can receive reports from the main website and forums.
  • They can move, close, delete and edit topics, even if they are not their own.
  • They have the 0 second rule, which means no rule relating to the time between posts.
  • They can post new topics in Announcements.
  • They can remove projects from the website if it is inappropriate.
  • They can ban users.

I suggest you should tell them not only about what you can do on the forums but on scratch as well. For example when you are a new scratcher you have to wait 120 seconds to post forums and 60 seconds for comments on the main areas of scratch (I hope you get what I mean) and if you are a normal scratcher it is 60 seconds on the forum and 0 seconds on normal areas of scratch.

BRUH
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wWSunPandaWw
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blueparrot18 wrote:

-ShadowOfTheFuture- wrote:

Please don't try to copy other topics.
This is Meant to change it, I have talked with Paddle
Proof?

I moved to BelieverGirlSun
joshuaho
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-ShadowOfTheFuture- wrote:

Please don't try to copy other topics.
Well, the topic owner on that topic isn't active anymore - and some of the information there is kind of outdated. We should probably use this thread instead.

EDIT: Paddle asked me to add this to the stickied “More Helpful Topics” (basically, this thread is now I-Topic'd). So do stick to using this thread from now on.

Last edited by joshuaho (Feb. 15, 2018 01:20:27)


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