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mccann119
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Flash is about to die. PLEASE MAKE IT USE JAVASCRIPT!!!

Using Scratch 2 online editor in 2022.
Maximouse
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mccann119 wrote:

Flash is about to die. PLEASE MAKE IT USE JAVASCRIPT!!!
This would be hard, because Scratch 2.0 runs on Flash.


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MontyDoggo
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Maximouse wrote:

mccann119 wrote:

Flash is about to die. PLEASE MAKE IT USE JAVASCRIPT!!!
This would be hard, because Scratch 2.0 runs on Flash.
Isn't there an option in Adobe Animate that allows you to export to HTML5?

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Maximouse
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MontyDoggo wrote:

Maximouse wrote:

mccann119 wrote:

Flash is about to die. PLEASE MAKE IT USE JAVASCRIPT!!!
This would be hard, because Scratch 2.0 runs on Flash.
Isn't there an option in Adobe Animate that allows you to export to HTML5?
Scratch isn't made using Adobe Animate.


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VinnieK2008
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I have a question. Since Flash ended support recently, can i still use s2online?

If not, Will you ever make a html5 version of it? (sorry if that's to hard. I'm just addicted to scratch 2.0…)
Maximouse
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VinnieK2008 wrote:

I have a question. Since Flash ended support recently, can i still use s2online?

If not, Will you ever make a html5 version of it? (sorry if that's to hard. I'm just addicted to scratch 2.0…)
No, s2online will stop working when your browser removes Flash (which might have already happened). You can download Scratch 2.0 instead.


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A-E-
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If someone has $$$ to spare, they could set up CheerpXFlash on s2online.
_nix
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A-E- wrote:

If someone has $$$ to spare, they could set up CheerpXFlash on s2online.
s2online makes use of a lot of weird javascript-flash interactions – its pretty darn unlikely that CheerpX would support such a niche feature! itd be neat, but i definitely wouldnt want anybody to put any money in before verifying whether or not the goal would even be viable

(and, psst, if anyone really wanted to, id recommend throwing their dollars at ruffle instead, because supporting an open source project specifically working towards archival for all flash content is a way better use than, like, pseudo(?)-proprietary hoofbeast cypinridae :3)

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pooiod7
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flash is dead…
Cabbage_2020
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yeah, it's time to close this topic

yes i know it is 2023
cringeyfestcarnival
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Cabbage_2020 wrote:

yeah, it's time to close this topic
Unless ruffle comes out
pooiod7
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YOU CAN STILL USE 2.0! you just need to edit it on actual scratch.

Last edited by pooiod7 (March 19, 2021 02:56:03)

pooiod7
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with phosphorus you can easaly run a scratch 2.0 project in your brouser!
https://phosphorus.github.io/
(as I am writing this the cloud is unavalieble :-C )

Last edited by pooiod7 (March 19, 2021 02:26:44)

_nix
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cringeyfestcarnival wrote:

Cabbage_2020 wrote:

yeah, it's time to close this topic
Unless ruffle comes out
yeah, im leaving this thread open as a center for any relevant discussion, since there might be new developments like this re: flash. or anything else to share here of the sort :)

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9gr
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pooiod7 wrote:

with phosphorus you can easaly run a scratch 2.0 project in your brouser!
https://phosphorus.github.io/
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forkphorus is the same
sathvikrias
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http://nathan.github.io/pixie/

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endermaster3690
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sathvikrias
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endermaster3690 wrote:

pixie is limited as heck.
I know

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scratchieguy12345678
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By the way, if you're thinking of using Ruffle to run this, it won't work because Ruffle doesn't support Actionscript 3 yet, and s2online is written in Actionscript 3. I think in order to run this in-browser again, we're going to have to wait until Ruffle supports Actionscript 3, and then install Ruffle on the website.

_nix
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scratchieguy12345678 wrote:

By the way, if you're thinking of using Ruffle to run this, it won't work because Ruffle doesn't support Actionscript 3 yet, and s2online is written in Actionscript 3. I think in order to run this in-browser again, we're going to have to wait until Ruffle supports Actionscript 3, and then install Ruffle on the website.
yeah, thats essentially what im waiting on—i think itll be a while off though. it would probably require some modification to support the way s2online communicates with the SWF, too, unless the ruffle devs are seriously on the ball and get ExternalInterface.addCallback added alongside any other necessary APIs

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