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robosnakejr
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Okay, recently, a lot of duplicate topics have been appearing. These are topics that are about the same exact thing. These are actually against the rules, although not directly stated in the guidelines.
Reasons not to create duplicates:
  • They can be very confusing, as someone might post in the wrong topic.
    They clutter up the forums.
    They support more duplicate topics if they don't get closed.
How to avoid posting a duplicate:
  • Use the search bar to search for any topics that are about what you are going to post.
    Read the Reading and Playing directory. Personally, I wouldn't recommend this, due to how little it's updated, and how long it takes to use.
What to do if you see a duplicate topic:
Get the link to the original topic, and post it on the duplicate.
I would also report it to get the ST's/moderator's attention, as simply just posting the link probably won't work.

Thanks for reading!

Last edited by robosnakejr (Sept. 26, 2014 19:18:38)








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Lythium
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Should be stickied.

NoxSpooth
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Lythium wrote:

Should be stickied.
Your wishes have been granted. *claps*
Langdon35
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Well said!

I'm back with 1 year, 5 months, and 500+ posts!
And that's one more to my post counter! Yeah!
weatherman115
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NoxSpooth wrote:

Lythium wrote:

Should be stickied.
Your wishes have been granted. *claps*
Are you a stickier?

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Tresdin
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weatherman115 wrote:

NoxSpooth wrote:

Lythium wrote:

Should be stickied.
Your wishes have been granted. *claps*
Are you a stickier?
I think that's only mods and admins.

You came to a battle wearing that?
angrybird232
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robosnakejr wrote:

Okay, recently, a lot of duplicate topics have been appearing. These are topics that are about the same exact thing. These are actually against the rules, although not directly stated in the guidelines.
Reasons not to create duplicates:
  • They can be very confusing, as someone might post in the wrong topic.
    They clutter up the forums.
    They support more duplicate topics if they don't get closed.
How to avoid posting a duplicate:
  • Use the search bar to search for any topics that are about what you are going to post.
    Read the Reading and Playing directory. Personally, I wouldn't recommend this, due to how little it's updated, and how long it takes to use.
What to do if you see a duplicate topic:
Get the link to the original topic, and post it on the duplicate.
I would also report it to get the ST's/moderator's attention, as simply just posting the link probably won't work.

Thanks for reading!
I AGREE! example: these blocks should not be here.
when this sprite clicked
ask [] and wait

:angrybird232 forum A programer a fake link
example helper



trex3002
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well said *claps*

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friendship2468
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robosnakejr wrote:

Okay, recently, a lot of duplicate topics have been appearing. These are topics that are about the same exact thing. These are actually against the rules, although not directly stated in the guidelines.
Reasons not to create duplicates:
  • They can be very confusing, as someone might post in the wrong topic.
    They clutter up the forums.
    They support more duplicate topics if they don't get closed.
How to avoid posting a duplicate:
  • Use the search bar to search for any topics that are about what you are going to post.
    Read the Reading and Playing directory. Personally, I wouldn't recommend this, due to how little it's updated, and how long it takes to use.
What to do if you see a duplicate topic:
Get the link to the original topic, and post it on the duplicate.
I would also report it to get the ST's/moderator's attention, as simply just posting the link probably won't work.

Thanks for reading!
You should make these guidelines and close this like other guidelines
snake-2
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Very good guidelines, although most people will not listen, but I love your effort for trying,maybe now that it's stickied people will notice but I'm not too sure

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fnaflover
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I am new to scratch….

Does anyone care?
csf7661
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robosnakejr wrote:

Okay, recently, a lot of duplicate topics have been appearing. These are topics that are about the same exact thing. These are actually against the rules, although not directly stated in the guidelines.
Reasons not to create duplicates:
  • They can be very confusing, as someone might post in the wrong topic.
    They clutter up the forums.
    They support more duplicate topics if they don't get closed.
How to avoid posting a duplicate:
  • Use the search bar to search for any topics that are about what you are going to post.
    Read the Reading and Playing directory. Personally, I wouldn't recommend this, due to how little it's updated, and how long it takes to use.
What to do if you see a duplicate topic:
Get the link to the original topic, and post it on the duplicate.
I would also report it to get the ST's/moderator's attention, as simply just posting the link probably won't work.

Thanks for reading!
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ScratchsterOVA9000
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when green flag clicked
forever

say [I don't understand this.]
end

Check out my game, its a zombie game

http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/36494964/
when green flag clicked
forever
FACEPLANT
end

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Alex1228
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fnaflover wrote:

I am new to scratch….
Well, if you're new you should visit this discussion:
http://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/6/

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken”

- Oscar Wilde


Alex1228
scratchtasic
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ScratchsterOVA9000 wrote:

when green flag clicked
forever

say [I don't understand this.]
end

exactly i have no idea what it means

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Vetpetmon
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I agree that you shouldn't duplicate any one's discussion.

Pet peeve: Lag. Just, lag. Lag, lag, LAG SPIKE-
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Milkster23
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angrybird232 wrote:

robosnakejr wrote:

Okay, recently, a lot of duplicate topics have been appearing. These are topics that are about the same exact thing. These are actually against the rules, although not directly stated in the guidelines.
Reasons not to create duplicates:
  • They can be very confusing, as someone might post in the wrong topic.
    They clutter up the forums.
    They support more duplicate topics if they don't get closed.
How to avoid posting a duplicate:
  • Use the search bar to search for any topics that are about what you are going to post.
    Read the Reading and Playing directory. Personally, I wouldn't recommend this, due to how little it's updated, and how long it takes to use.
What to do if you see a duplicate topic:
Get the link to the original topic, and post it on the duplicate.
I would also report it to get the ST's/moderator's attention, as simply just posting the link probably won't work.

Thanks for reading!
I AGREE! example: these blocks should not be here.
when this sprite clicked
ask [] and wait
Defently Doesn't work!
s-swrichter
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Lythium wrote:

Should be stickied.

snake-2 wrote:

Very good guidelines, although most people will not listen, but I love your effort for trying,maybe now that it's stickied people will notice but I'm not too sure
Sadly, I agree

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TeamYoshi64
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robosnakejr wrote:

Okay, recently, a lot of duplicate topics have been appearing. These are topics that are about the same exact thing. These are actually against the rules, although not directly stated in the guidelines.
Reasons not to create duplicates:
  • They can be very confusing, as someone might post in the wrong topic.
    They clutter up the forums.
    They support more duplicate topics if they don't get closed.
How to avoid posting a duplicate:
  • Use the search bar to search for any topics that are about what you are going to post.
    Read the Reading and Playing directory. Personally, I wouldn't recommend this, due to how little it's updated, and how long it takes to use.
What to do if you see a duplicate topic:
Get the link to the original topic, and post it on the duplicate.
I would also report it to get the ST's/moderator's attention, as simply just posting the link probably won't work.

Thanks for reading!
I agree, but duplicate forum threads due tend to be opened up in confusion or when the Scratcher isn't aware a similar forum already exists.

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