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jvg wrote:

ametz807 wrote:

This page is missing languages that can't be accessed with the dropdown, but can still be translated (Albanian, Esperanto, etc.) Same thing goes for this page incorrectly saying only 48 languages can be translated.
I'll add that when I get the chance. Does anyone have a complete list of languages that are available not via the dropdown though?

Albanian, Armenian, Belarusian, Esperanto, Haitian Creole, Hindi, Kannada, Kurdish (Kurmanji), Latin, Macedonian, Malayalam, Maltese, Marathi, Mongolian, Telugu, and Uzbek is the complete list (I think). Please double check though, I might have missed something.

Last edited by gdxfor (June 6, 2022 12:53:09)

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k0d3rrr wrote:

Just a question: Will today's “weirdness” be added to the Scratch timeline? (When it gets fixed, that is.)
I have seen variations of this bug pop up before, so I don't think it's anything special to today. It also isn't a major enough bug (in my opinion at least) to get its own article.

ametz807 wrote:

jvg wrote:

ametz807 wrote:

This page is missing languages that can't be accessed with the dropdown, but can still be translated (Albanian, Esperanto, etc.) Same thing goes for this page incorrectly saying only 48 languages can be translated.
I'll add that when I get the chance. Does anyone have a complete list of languages that are available not via the dropdown though?

Albanian, Armenian, Belarusian, Esperanto, Haitian Creole, Hindi, Kannada, Kurdish (Kurmanji), Latin, Macedonian, Malayalam, Maltese, Marathi, Mongolian, Telugu, and Uzbek is the complete list (I think). Please double check though, I might have missed something.
Thanks, I'll update that when I get the chance.


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gdxfor
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jvg wrote:

ametz807 wrote:

jvg wrote:

ametz807 wrote:

This page is missing languages that can't be accessed with the dropdown, but can still be translated (Albanian, Esperanto, etc.) Same thing goes for this page incorrectly saying only 48 languages can be translated.
I'll add that when I get the chance. Does anyone have a complete list of languages that are available not via the dropdown though?

Albanian, Armenian, Belarusian, Esperanto, Haitian Creole, Hindi, Kannada, Kurdish (Kurmanji), Latin, Macedonian, Malayalam, Maltese, Marathi, Mongolian, Telugu, and Uzbek is the complete list (I think). Please double check though, I might have missed something.
Thanks, I'll update that when I get the chance.

So turns out I missed two, being Malay and Myanmar (Burmese), sorry about that. Turns out this link shows all of the available languages on Scratch.

Last edited by gdxfor (June 6, 2022 20:58:37)

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ametz807 wrote:

So turns out I missed two, being Malay and Myanmar (Burmese), sorry about that. Turns out this link shows all of the available languages on Scratch.
Thanks. Updated.


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jvvg wrote:

ametz807 wrote:

So turns out I missed two, being Malay and Myanmar (Burmese), sorry about that. Turns out this link shows all of the available languages on Scratch.
Thanks. Updated.

The changes got reverted and it says “Reverted edit by anti-spam user” on the history section…

Edit: Never mind, seems like it was fixed

Last edited by gdxfor (June 6, 2022 22:20:16)

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so, i wonder something… whats the point of using cookies for the wiki? i hear that theyre not very safe, and scratch is supposed to be as safe as possible. so, there must be a big reason behind the fact that you use cookies. but what is it?

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slap83 wrote:

so, i wonder something… whats the point of using cookies for the wiki? i hear that theyre not very safe, and scratch is supposed to be as safe as possible. so, there must be a big reason behind the fact that you use cookies. but what is it?
I'm no tech genius, but I think they're to store data into your computer. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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Elm0-_- wrote:

slap83 wrote:

so, i wonder something… whats the point of using cookies for the wiki? i hear that theyre not very safe, and scratch is supposed to be as safe as possible. so, there must be a big reason behind the fact that you use cookies. but what is it?
I'm no tech genius, but I think they're to store data into your computer. Correct me if I'm wrong.
if they store data into your computer, that makes them even more secure, as you dont know whats coming in, and you're even MORE oblivious to what may be coming out…

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slap83 wrote:

so, i wonder something… whats the point of using cookies for the wiki? i hear that theyre not very safe, and scratch is supposed to be as safe as possible. so, there must be a big reason behind the fact that you use cookies. but what is it?
Virtually every website uses cookies. The Wiki just uses cookies to store your session state (if it didn't, it wouldn't remember you were logged in if you went to another page). Cookies are only dangerous when they are used for things like tracking (think Google, etc.), but when just used for basic session state they are harmless and in fact essential for the functioning of the website.


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jvvg wrote:

k0d3rrr wrote:

Just a question: Will today's “weirdness” be added to the Scratch timeline? (When it gets fixed, that is.)
I have seen variations of this bug pop up before, so I don't think it's anything special to today. It also isn't a major enough bug (in my opinion at least) to get its own article.
Thanks for the reply.


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jvvg wrote:

slap83 wrote:

so, i wonder something… whats the point of using cookies for the wiki? i hear that theyre not very safe, and scratch is supposed to be as safe as possible. so, there must be a big reason behind the fact that you use cookies. but what is it?
Virtually every website uses cookies. The Wiki just uses cookies to store your session state (if it didn't, it wouldn't remember you were logged in if you went to another page). Cookies are only dangerous when they are used for things like tracking (think Google, etc.), but when just used for basic session state they are harmless and in fact essential for the functioning of the website.
oh, ok! thanks!

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Lavender_lillypad wrote:

Adzboy wrote:

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ImSandwich wrote:

Why is there so much activity suddenly?


Probably because school’s out!
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Adzboy wrote:

Socialix wrote:

what happens if someone changes their scratch username? does it affect the wiki account too or does it just stay like that?
The Wiki account would stay the same.

Eg:
Scratch username= User1
Wiki username= User1

But if the user changes theirs:
Scratch username= User2
Wiki username= User1

it dose not change unless you go in and do so

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The Scratch Wiki logo should be edited to show the newer Scratch logo, the one that doesn't have the blue part.

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Did the Scratch Wiki fix the request bug because I have trouble making a request it keeps saying Error 51# Code: 23156

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Max_Playz236 wrote:

Did the Scratch Wiki fix the request bug because I have trouble making a request it keeps saying Error 51# Code: 23156
I am not aware of any bugs being filed of this nature. Could you please elaborate what's going on here?


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jvvg wrote:

Max_Playz236 wrote:

Did the Scratch Wiki fix the request bug because I have trouble making a request it keeps saying Error 51# Code: 23156
I am not aware of any bugs being filed of this nature. Could you please elaborate what's going on here?
Every time I try to sign up my request is denied and it keeps saying Error 51#

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Max_Playz236 wrote:

jvvg wrote:

Max_Playz236 wrote:

Did the Scratch Wiki fix the request bug because I have trouble making a request it keeps saying Error 51# Code: 23156
I am not aware of any bugs being filed of this nature. Could you please elaborate what's going on here?
Every time I try to sign up my request is denied and it keeps saying Error 51#
That still doesn't really provide me any more useful information. Could you please provide a screenshot?


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jvvg wrote:

Max_Playz236 wrote:

jvvg wrote:

Max_Playz236 wrote:

Did the Scratch Wiki fix the request bug because I have trouble making a request it keeps saying Error 51# Code: 23156
I am not aware of any bugs being filed of this nature. Could you please elaborate what's going on here?
Every time I try to sign up my request is denied and it keeps saying Error 51#
That still doesn't really provide me any more useful information. Could you please provide a screenshot?
I do believe that most requests work fine. I’d there anything specific that might cause this issue that you know of? (cookies blocked, school computer etc.)

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