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RPFluffy
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

Make the title this:

The Stuff You Don't Know About “scratchblocks” - How to Become a Scratchblocks Wizard!

P.S. I couldn't add the brackets because of BBcode

Last edited by RPFluffy (Oct. 8, 2014 19:50:03)


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if <> :: control cstart

else :: control
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theonlygusti
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

RPFluffy wrote:

theonlygusti wrote:

custom :: custom
custom-arg :: custom-arg
motion :: motion
sensing :: sensing

It's a perfect gradient! (well, almost)

lols!
You try

Tropic
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

Tropic wrote:

MegaApuTurkUltra wrote:

theonlygusti wrote:

Evil Kumquat wrote:

Tropic wrote:

Did you change it to scratchblocks legend now?
Looks that way.
Now it's champion

I liked ninja and Jedi better

It got changed again? I think wizard was the best
Now it's wizard again!



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stickfiregames
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

What is ::ring actually for though?

Also, you can get
<end :: variables>
a tiny block!










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or you just used Inspect Element, you hacker

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Tropic
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

stickfiregames wrote:

What is ::ring actually for though?

Also, you can get
<end :: variables>
a tiny block!
So it gets tiny if you're using “end” and a boolean?
<end :: grey>



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Tropic
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

I didn't know that there was a [code][/code] BBCode :O
And, I didn't know that you could write [scratchblocks] without turning it into scratchblocks by using
[[]scratchblocks]

Last edited by Tropic (Oct. 9, 2014 13:46:30)




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theonlygusti
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

Tropic wrote:

I didn't know that there was a [code][/code] BBCode :O
And, I didn't know that you could write [scratchblocks] without turning it into scratchblocks by using
[[]scratchblocks]
The more you know,

Last edited by theonlygusti (Oct. 9, 2014 19:38:14)


Tropic
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

theonlygusti wrote:

Tropic wrote:

I didn't know that there was a [code][/code] BBCode :O
And, I didn't know that you could write [scratchblocks] without turning it into scratchblocks by using
[[]scratchblocks][/quote]
The more you know, ;)
[/quote]
Apparently, [/quote] doesn't work either because it's in a [code] block.
[/code]

Last edited by Tropic (Oct. 9, 2014 17:59:33)




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theonlygusti
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

[[]scratchblocks] hides scratchblocks tags. [scratchblocks]

Tropic
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

theonlygusti wrote:

[[]scratchblocks] hides scratchblocks tags. [scratchblocks]

So, you can write [[scratch]blocks] too?



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theonlygusti
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

Tropic wrote:

theonlygusti wrote:

[[]scratchblocks] hides scratchblocks tags. [scratchblocks]

So, you can write [[scratch]blocks] too?
You can write [big]anything![/big]

Whoops, looks like our servers are having trouble formatting BBCode

Tropic
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

theonlygusti wrote:

Tropic wrote:

theonlygusti wrote:

[[]scratchblocks] hides scratchblocks tags. [scratchblocks]

So, you can write [[scratch]blocks] too?
You can write [big]anything![/big]

Whoops, looks like our servers are having trouble formatting BBCode

[b][/b]



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theonlygusti
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

Keep learning scratchblocks!

RPFluffy
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

I think you've broken BBCode..
[b]OH NO[/b]

Actually let me make sure…

[scratchblocks]

when green flag clicked :: operators

[/scratchblocks]

Yup! We broke it…



HAHA

Last edited by RPFluffy (Oct. 10, 2014 21:59:00)


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if <> :: control cstart

else :: control
end
babynyancat10
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

I love scratch blocks!!
when I receive [Scratch rocks v]
say [i love scratch] for (2) secs
move (10) steps
set [scratch awesomeness v] to [1000000 ]
theonlygusti
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

babynyancat10 wrote:

I love scratch blocks!!
when I receive [Scratch rocks v]
say [i love scratch] for (2) secs
move (10) steps
set [scratch awesomeness v] to [1000000 ]
Try using some of the new
scratchblocks :: pen cstart
tricks! :: operators
end

theonlygusti
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

// blockname :: ring creates something shapes:
hi there! :: variables ring

Tropic
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

theonlygusti wrote:

// blockname :: ring creates something shapes:
hi there! :: variables ring
However, you can't put them together:
This block is a ring hat block :: custom hat ring // Looks kind of buggy though
And this one a normal ring block :: custom-arg ring
However, they can't be put together :: grey ring



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blob8108
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

MegaApuTurkUltra wrote:

{derp :: boolean}
You're not supposed to be able to do that.

Tropic wrote:

This block is a ring hat block :: custom hat ring // Looks kind of buggy though
Or that.

The reason you can do that is that “ring” isn't actually a shape. It does change the shape of the outside of block slightly, but more importantly, it indents blocks embedded inside the ring.

MegaApuTurkUltra wrote:

Tropic wrote:

(custom-arg = custom argument?)
Yes
Correct.

stickfiregames wrote:

What is ::ring actually for though?
Snap! has rings. But since you still can't embed stacks of blocks inside a ring, it's not quite as useful as it would be: there are still Snap! scripts you can't write.

Rings are supposed to be grey, which is why this doesn't look right:

MegaApuTurkUltra wrote:

{sup {derp :: operators} :: ring} // lol glitch

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Tropic
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ITopic: Everything you never knew about [scratchblocks]!

blob8108 wrote:

MegaApuTurkUltra wrote:

{derp :: boolean}
You're not supposed to be able to do that.

Tropic wrote:

This block is a ring hat block :: custom hat ring // Looks kind of buggy though
Or that.

The reason you can do that is that “ring” isn't actually a shape. It does change the shape of the outside of block slightly, but more importantly, it indents blocks embedded inside the ring.

MegaApuTurkUltra wrote:

Tropic wrote:

(custom-arg = custom argument?)
Yes
Correct.

stickfiregames wrote:

What is ::ring actually for though?
Snap! has rings. But since you still can't embed stacks of blocks inside a ring, it's not quite as useful as it would be: there are still Snap! scripts you can't write.

Rings are supposed to be grey, which is why this doesn't look right:

MegaApuTurkUltra wrote:

{sup {derp :: operators} :: ring} // lol glitch
Oh, ok



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