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YesterdaysTomSawyer
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

tyjinw1 wrote:

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If you're responding to the post above yours, it's a bump.


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YesterdaysTomSawyer
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

Maximouse wrote:

tyjinw1 wrote:

stop spamming
If you're responding to the post above yours, it's a bump.
Yes, thanks for clarifying. Nevertheless, maybe I should bump a bit less frequently.
YesterdaysTomSawyer
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

Le bump has arrived.
YesterdaysTomSawyer
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

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YesterdaysTomSawyer
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

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YesterdaysTomSawyer
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

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YesterdaysTomSawyer
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

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RubiksRocker
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

sharkode wrote:

TheGlassPenguin wrote:

TOS 4.4 does not apply to feature mods (such as TurboWarp). Projects made in feature mods can be uploaded to the Scratch site as long as they don't contain blocks are anything that is not in the vanilla editor.
I don't think so, TurboWarp technically violates Terms of Use, however, it's highly unlikely that ST is going to take any actions against it because
  1. There are no way of knowing if the project is created with TurboWarp, it's not like every TurboWarp games has the text “TurboWarp” stamped onto it with large font
  2. Even if they know, they will likely ignore it as TurboWarp is mostly harmless
I agree. However, TurboWarp is made by Scratch user @GarboMuffin. But does this mean that Browser Extensions are technically banned? There is a separate discussion about this here
I don't think you can get banned for it though, because after all, it is an external tool.

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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

RubiksRocker wrote:

But does this mean that Browser Extensions are technically banned? There is a separate discussion about this here
I don't think you can get banned for it though, because after all, it is an external tool.
Naming them on Scratch is banned, but using them isn't.

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YesterdaysTomSawyer
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

Move outwards
ScolderCreations
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

The ST has the right to decide what all and any rules in the ToS mean when deciding user content’s fate, so it’s possible they don’t enforce this because they don’t think it’s reasonable. However, this rule does allow them to remove projects containing XSS.














YesterdaysTomSawyer
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

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(EDIT: Aw man, I realized I made a slight mistake. I'll fix it in the next bump)

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lolecksdeehaha
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

My take on this: A modified editor would be an editor like Snap! which has new blocks, and built off of Scratch's source code, haveing built new functionality in it. TurboWarp does not fit this description.

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YesterdaysTomSawyer
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

lolecksdeehaha wrote:

My take on this: A modified editor would be an editor like Snap! which has new blocks, and built off of Scratch's source code, haveing built new functionality in it. TurboWarp does not fit this description.
That's an interesting approach. Whether or not Scratch Team shares it is something I'll be waiting to find out.

But how exactly does TurboWarp “not fit this description”?
YesterdaysTomSawyer
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

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(Fixed the mistake.)
YesterdaysTomSawyer
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

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YesterdaysTomSawyer
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

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Last edited by YesterdaysTomSawyer (May 3, 2022 23:52:06)

YesterdaysTomSawyer
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The Editor Issue (Or: What makes an editor “modified” [and, as a result, not able to have its projects uploaded onto Scratch]?)

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