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Scratchperson1000000
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

han614698 wrote:

Scratchperson1000000 wrote:

Scratchfangs wrote:

the2000 wrote:

then they would probably restrict API access to unshared projects altogether.
This ruins Turbowarp and previews, no support. Also ruins my TV-14 series that I have on (removed by quoter - please don't mention any unmoderated chat sources) lol.
(removed by quoter - don't remove things from your quotes if your asking follow up questions about it)
I was asking about the series not (removed by messager - unmoderated chat) itself

Last edited by Scratchperson1000000 (May 11, 2021 18:48:08)


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dhuls
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

Support, this should also apply to users who decide to opt out of users being able to view their unshared projects using turbowarp.

Last edited by dhuls (May 18, 2021 22:17:05)


sealifefriend
Scratcher
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

TopCode wrote:

reallysoftuser wrote:

I don't see the point in this suggestion, you can't open unshared projects in Scratch
i dont see what you dont understand about how you can view unshared projects, given a link and a tiny bit of technical knowledge.

TheAdriCoolManDude wrote:

Only you can see your unshared projects,
incorrect
Instead of just saying “incorrect” would you elaborate? How’s that “incorrect”?? You can’t view an unshared project on scratch.

Last edited by sealifefriend (May 19, 2021 00:27:41)


Hey, everyone!!
I'm taking a break from sharing projects and being active in studios. Right now, I usually just respond to comments and write stories in the Things I'm Making and Creating forum.
dhuls
Scratcher
1000+ posts

make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

sealifefriend wrote:

TopCode wrote:

reallysoftuser wrote:

I don't see the point in this suggestion, you can't open unshared projects in Scratch
i dont see what you dont understand about how you can view unshared projects, given a link and a tiny bit of technical knowledge.

TheAdriCoolManDude wrote:

Only you can see your unshared projects,
incorrect
Instead of just saying “incorrect” would you elaborate? How’s that “incorrect”?? You can’t view an unshared project on scratch.
You can use the dev version of the gui, or a third party player, such as Forkphorus or TurboWarp.

robloxdude10
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

No support. If the ST deletes a project forever, you can’t fix whatever the problem was, which you can do if they just unshare it.

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TopCode
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

robloxdude10 wrote:

No support. If the ST deletes a project forever, you can’t fix whatever the problem was, which you can do if they just unshare it.
then they could make it only viewable to the creator.

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MAKE PROJECTS REMOVED BY THE ST UNVIEWABLE PLEASE LIKE NOW
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that sounds so cringe

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ScratchCat1038
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

No support. You can always remove the bad content to make the project Scratch-Friendly.

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I rickrolled the support convention away, and you should too!

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potatophant
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

lots of people don't understand the point in the suggestion. if this suggestion were to be implemented, owners of taken-down projects would still be able to view and modify them etc, but any random person wouldnt be able to view the project using the api or a scratch mod.


mitdk
Scratcher
1000+ posts

make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

TopCode wrote:

robloxdude10 wrote:

No support. If the ST deletes a project forever, you can’t fix whatever the problem was, which you can do if they just unshare it.
then they could make it only viewable to the creator.
Then that's just as good as unsharing it.



Thanks to Ihatr for the signature
warriorcats2155
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

TopCode wrote:

dhfbei8987 wrote:

Like deleting it?
no, just making it so you cant just send an api request and get the project, or if thats not doable then yes, deleting
If deleting is the answer, then many won't know what they did wrong and can't just fix the issue, and even they can't view projects they made if ST just deletes the project from the servers altogether, effectively making the reason for deleting the project much like no support or support without anything to add on, or unconstructive criticism, you do not get constructive feed-back, and you can't grasp what you did wrong.

For this reason, I leave a HUGE NO SUPPORT.
warriorcats2155
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

TopCode wrote:

robloxdude10 wrote:

No support. If the ST deletes a project forever, you can’t fix whatever the problem was, which you can do if they just unshare it.
then they could make it only viewable to the creator.
But that might be impossible or un-doable by today's standards, and if you delete a project, you can't edit said project anymore.
warriorcats2155
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

dhuls wrote:

sealifefriend wrote:

TopCode wrote:

reallysoftuser wrote:

I don't see the point in this suggestion, you can't open unshared projects in Scratch
i dont see what you dont understand about how you can view unshared projects, given a link and a tiny bit of technical knowledge.

TheAdriCoolManDude wrote:

Only you can see your unshared projects,
incorrect
Instead of just saying “incorrect” would you elaborate? How’s that “incorrect”?? You can’t view an unshared project on scratch.
You can use the dev version of the gui, or a third party player, such as Forkphorus or TurboWarp.
Correct.
Shajiui_Da_Black_Fox
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

No support, all that hard work will be gone forever. What if you broke a rule without realizing it? Then all your hard work, poof, erased.

Also, I don't think most people will save the project URL so that they can view unshared projects on some sort of website.

hi idk what to write here :)
dhuls
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

mitdk wrote:

TopCode wrote:

robloxdude10 wrote:

No support. If the ST deletes a project forever, you can’t fix whatever the problem was, which you can do if they just unshare it.
then they could make it only viewable to the creator.
Then that's just as good as unsharing it.
cough cough Turbowarp cough cough Forkphorus cough cough.

Shajiui_Da_Black_Fox wrote:

No support, all that hard work will be gone forever. What if you broke a rule without realizing it? Then all your hard work, poof, erased.

Also, I don't think most people will save the project URL so that they can view unshared projects on some sort of website.

potatophant wrote:

lots of people don't understand the point in the suggestion. if this suggestion were to be implemented, owners of taken-down projects would still be able to view and modify them etc, but any random person wouldnt be able to view the project using the api or a scratch mod.

potatophant
Scratcher
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

can the people who come to this topic pls just open their eyes and read?


PkmnQ
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

I mean unlike ocular there's no search for community guideline breaking project feature

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Here, have a useful link:
The Official List of Rejected Suggestions by Za-Chary

Why it's bad to run arbitrary javascript

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Maximouse
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

potatophant wrote:

lots of people don't understand the point in the suggestion. if this suggestion were to be implemented, owners of taken-down projects would still be able to view and modify them etc, but any random person wouldnt be able to view the project using the api or a scratch mod.
And that's why this suggestion shouldn't be implemented – all unshared projects should only be viewable by their creators, not just removed ones.


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potatophant
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

Maximouse wrote:

potatophant wrote:

lots of people don't understand the point in the suggestion. if this suggestion were to be implemented, owners of taken-down projects would still be able to view and modify them etc, but any random person wouldnt be able to view the project using the api or a scratch mod.
And that's why this suggestion shouldn't be implemented – all unshared projects should only be viewable by their creators, not just removed ones.
that i can agree with


DegenrateAigis
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

Let me explain this better, Banned projects that break the rules can STILL be viewed via the api and turbowarp (and downloaded) Ex: A project that is banned from scratch like FNaF projects can still be viewed via turbowarp and the API


This is what i mean (I made this and its just carl weezer)

https://turbowarp.org/568887279
https://llk.github.io/scratch-gui/develop/#568887279

This shows that scratch projects are still viewable no matter what

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https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/26806538

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DegenrateAigis
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make community guidelines breaking projects unviewable instead of just unsharing them

Also Support

Check out Deepintoscratch for strange, obscure, and unknown projects!
https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/26806538

Welcome to the internet
Have a look around
Anything that brain of yours can think of can be found
We've got mountains of content
Some better, some worse
If none of it's of interest to you, you'd be the first

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