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JustAMarioFan
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Hey, I have a little issue, I want to try and convert my file to exe it works however what's irratating me is on the top it says B.Y.O.B I want it to be the title of the game is there a way? Thanks
Jonathan50
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JustAMarioFan wrote:

Hey, I have a little issue, I want to try and convert my file to exe it works however what's irratating me is on the top it says B.Y.O.B I want it to be the title of the game is there a way? Thanks
Here's one way, open the file “BYOB Development”, shift-click Edit and turn fill screen off, then click on the white space and open a browser.
Go to Scratch-UI-Panes, ScratchFrameMorph, private, updateProjectName, and modify the method and go Alt+S or Command+S.
I completely commented out everything from projectTitleMorph to the next period by putting it in double-quotes and put the line “s _ ‘test’.” below it (put the name of the game instead of test).
Then you can close the browser, shift-click edit again and save image for end user.
Open BYOB again with your project and compile the project again, now when you open the compiled project it will say the name of the game in the title
(although it does flash “BYOB.image” for a second, I don't know what to do about that)
If you like you can change it back now, this won't affect your new compiled project but you'll have to change it back again when you want to compile it again. I guess it's possible to change makeExe to do this for you each time using the project name though.
Maybe there's a better way but I hope this helps

Last edited by Jonathan50 (May 8, 2017 03:53:49)


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bharvey
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Whoa, I'm impressed. Why does either of you still remember anything about old BYOB?

JustAMarioFan
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Jonathan50 wrote:

JustAMarioFan wrote:

Hey, I have a little issue, I want to try and convert my file to exe it works however what's irratating me is on the top it says B.Y.O.B I want it to be the title of the game is there a way? Thanks
Here's one way, open the file “BYOB Development”, shift-click Edit and turn fill screen off, then click on the white space and open a browser.
Go to Scratch-UI-Panes, ScratchFrameMorph, private, updateProjectName, and modify the method and go Alt+S or Command+S.
I completely commented out everything from projectTitleMorph to the next period by putting it in double-quotes and put the line “s _ ‘test’.” below it (put the name of the game instead of test).
Then you can close the browser, shift-click edit again and save image for end user.
Open BYOB again with your project and compile the project again, now when you open the compiled project it will say the name of the game in the title
(although it does flash “BYOB.image” for a second, I don't know what to do about that)
If you like you can change it back now, this won't affect your new compiled project but you'll have to change it back again when you want to compile it again. I guess it's possible to change makeExe to do this for you each time using the project name though.
Maybe there's a better way but I hope this helps
I want to use the browser version of Snap! BYOB what do I do now?
JustAMarioFan
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bharvey wrote:

Whoa, I'm impressed. Why does either of you still remember anything about old BYOB?
What do you mean I'm using the most recent one
bharvey
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JustAMarioFan wrote:

What do you mean I'm using the most recent one
If it's the most recent one, it's called Snap!, not BYOB (although it still has “Build Your Own Blocks” as a subtitle).

If you want to make a local standalone executable of a Snap! project, first “Export project” from the File menu, and save the resulting XML file. Then go to http://snapp.citilab.eu/

JustAMarioFan
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bharvey wrote:

JustAMarioFan wrote:

What do you mean I'm using the most recent one
If it's the most recent one, it's called Snap!, not BYOB (although it still has “Build Your Own Blocks” as a subtitle).

If you want to make a local standalone executable of a Snap! project, first “Export project” from the File menu, and save the resulting XML file. Then go to http://snapp.citilab.eu/
I know how to export it 'n stuff however it still says BYOB, and by BYOB I mean Build your own blocks on the top of the tab which is annoying me is there a way?
bharvey
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JustAMarioFan wrote:

I know how to export it 'n stuff however it still says BYOB, and by BYOB I mean Build your own blocks on the top of the tab which is annoying me is there a way?
I'm so confused. Could you please post a screenshot?

leapinleopardstar
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I use BYOB, but every once in a while I go to Snap!

<=^•ω•^= :: control>
This is Boolnyan. She keeps the kumquats away by setting
<kumquats here? :: sensing>
to
<false. :: operators>
bharvey
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leapinleopardstar wrote:

I use BYOB
Why?

(Not meant sarcastically. If there's something BYOB does for you that Snap! doesn't, I want to know about it.)

(I know there are things BYOB does that Snap! doesn't yet, and we're working on it, but I want to know what someone actually uses that maybe should be higher on the priority list.)

MichaelOlifant
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Your acronym project seems misleading. U.C.B. is an initialism, not an acronym. But M.O.A.B is an acronym. Or A.I.D.S.

The CAPITALBOYS will protect me from kumquats.
~smile~ Y combinator:
define Y(fn)
report ((call (fn) with inputs (fn) [] @delInput @addInput::control)@addInput::grey ring)::control cap

say(call(Y((if <(num) = [0]> then [1] else ((num) x (call (fact) with inputs (fact) ((num)-(1))@delInput @addInput::control)::operators)::control) input names: ((fact)::grey) ((num)::grey) @delInput @addInput :: grey ring)) with inputs [5] @delInput @addInput::control
bharvey
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MichaelOlifant wrote:

Your acronym project seems misleading. U.C.B. is an initialism, not an acronym. But M.O.A.B is an acronym. Or A.I.D.S.

Wikipedia wrote:

Although the word acronym is often used to refer to any abbreviation formed from initial letters, many dictionaries and usage commentators define acronym to mean an abbreviation that is pronounced as a word, in contrast to an initialism (or alphabetism)‍—‌an abbreviation formed from a string of initials (and possibly pronounced as individual letters).

MichaelOlifant
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bharvey wrote:

MichaelOlifant wrote:

Your acronym project seems misleading. U.C.B. is an initialism, not an acronym. But M.O.A.B is an acronym. Or A.I.D.S.

Wikipedia wrote:

Although the word acronym is often used to refer to any abbreviation formed from initial letters, many dictionaries and usage commentators define acronym to mean an abbreviation that is pronounced as a word, in contrast to an initialism (or alphabetism)‍—‌an abbreviation formed from a string of initials (and possibly pronounced as individual letters).
In many dictionaries.

The CAPITALBOYS will protect me from kumquats.
~smile~ Y combinator:
define Y(fn)
report ((call (fn) with inputs (fn) [] @delInput @addInput::control)@addInput::grey ring)::control cap

say(call(Y((if <(num) = [0]> then [1] else ((num) x (call (fact) with inputs (fact) ((num)-(1))@delInput @addInput::control)::operators)::control) input names: ((fact)::grey) ((num)::grey) @delInput @addInput :: grey ring)) with inputs [5] @delInput @addInput::control
xly
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@ bharvey

Is there an “easy” method to import or convert a Byob project into a Snap! one ???
Thanks
bharvey
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xly wrote:

Is there an “easy” method to import or convert a Byob project into a Snap! one?
Yup, just drag it in! Certain things won't work because they're not yet implemented in Snap!, such as text in costumes.

jokebookservice1
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MichaelOlifant wrote:

bharvey wrote:

MichaelOlifant wrote:

Your acronym project seems misleading. U.C.B. is an initialism, not an acronym. But M.O.A.B is an acronym. Or A.I.D.S.

Wikipedia wrote:

Although the word acronym is often used to refer to any abbreviation formed from initial letters, many dictionaries and usage commentators define acronym to mean an abbreviation that is pronounced as a word, in contrast to an initialism (or alphabetism)‍—‌an abbreviation formed from a string of initials (and possibly pronounced as individual letters).
In many dictionaries.
What dictionaries say does not matter, this language is generally considered to be described not prescribed

Hi I'm human and I think you are a nice person hello how are you because I'm good thank you
kangabob
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I keep getting this message when i try reset my snap password

password reset key: 6r7ih5 is no longer valid, please request a new one.

Please help.
bharvey
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kangabob wrote:

I keep getting this message when i try reset my snap password
password reset key: 6r7ih5 is no longer valid, please request a new one.
Sorry, this happens once in a long while and I don't know why. Please email me (bh@cs.berkeley.edu) your Snap! username and the associated email address and we'll get it fixed.

dimasik5472
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Hello. Tell me where to find examples with the use of arrays
bharvey
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dimasik5472 wrote:

Hello. Tell me where to find examples with the use of arrays
Try the Reference Manual.

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