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A cool extension by Fazah_Champ in Suggestions

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1: Fazah_Champ wrote at 8:17:26 AM 16/9/20204421997
Create an extension in scratch that when we add a particular extension the scratch 3 converts to scratch 2
ALL BLOCKS THE EXACT LOOK OF SCRATCH 2

2: Ammfaz wrote at 8:27:03 AM 16/9/20204422011

Fazah_Champ wrote:

Create an extension in scratch that when we add a particular extension the scratch 3 converts to scratch 2
ALL BLOCKS THE EXACT LOOK OF SCRATCH 2

Thats actually good for my alt account too
3: Fazah_Champ wrote at 8:40:35 AM 16/9/20204422025
4: Vibrato wrote at 12:48:28 PM 16/9/20204422418
Who knows? Someone may actually make this. I don't think it'll be endorsed by scratch, but you could still use it.
On the flipside, I don't think the ST will do something like this. It involves far too much work. They would even have to change the looks of blocks that weren't even in 2.0, so they won't have a guideline to trace there.
5: Ihatr wrote at 12:52:04 PM 16/9/20204422427
I'm sorry, but this is rejected.
2.4 Revert back to older versions of Scratch
Scratch has to update sometimes in order to accommodate for certain changes. In particular, an online editor that ran off of Adobe Flash (rather than Java) was added in Scratch 2.0, and Scratch 3.0 was created for tablet support and in anticipation of the discontinuation of Flash. Changing the editor back to these older versions of Scratch would not only undo years of hard work by the Scratch Team, but they also might not work online anymore. If you wish, you can download the Scratch 1.4 and Scratch 2.0 offline editors.

In the future, please read The Official List Of Rejected Suggestions before you post
6: Vibrato wrote at 12:54:32 PM 16/9/20204422429

Ihatr wrote:

I'm sorry, but this is rejected.
2.4 Revert back to older versions of Scratch
Scratch has to update sometimes in order to accommodate for certain changes. In particular, an online editor that ran off of Adobe Flash (rather than Java) was added in Scratch 2.0, and Scratch 3.0 was created for tablet support and in anticipation of the discontinuation of Flash. Changing the editor back to these older versions of Scratch would not only undo years of hard work by the Scratch Team, but they also might not work online anymore. If you wish, you can download the Scratch 1.4 and Scratch 2.0 offline editors.

In the future, please read The Official List Of Rejected Suggestions before you post
I say it's not rejected, but it's pretty close. OP only wants to change the looks of the blocks to a 2.0 look.
7: Fazah_Champ wrote at 12:56:04 PM 16/9/20204422434

Vibrato wrote:

Who knows? Someone may actually make this. I don't think it'll be endorsed by scratch, but you could still use it.
On the flipside, I don't think the ST will do something like this. It involves far too much work. They would even have to change the looks of blocks that weren't even in 2.0, so they won't have a guideline to trace there.
oh
8: Fazah_Champ wrote at 12:57:39 PM 16/9/20204422439

Ihatr wrote:

I'm sorry, but this is rejected.
2.4 Revert back to older versions of Scratch
Scratch has to update sometimes in order to accommodate for certain changes. In particular, an online editor that ran off of Adobe Flash (rather than Java) was added in Scratch 2.0, and Scratch 3.0 was created for tablet support and in anticipation of the discontinuation of Flash. Changing the editor back to these older versions of Scratch would not only undo years of hard work by the Scratch Team, but they also might not work online anymore. If you wish, you can download the Scratch 1.4 and Scratch 2.0 offline editors.

In the future, please read The Official List Of Rejected Suggestions before you post
ok thanks
9: Fazah_Champ wrote at 12:58:40 PM 16/9/20204422446

Vibrato wrote:

Ihatr wrote:

I'm sorry, but this is rejected.
2.4 Revert back to older versions of Scratch
Scratch has to update sometimes in order to accommodate for certain changes. In particular, an online editor that ran off of Adobe Flash (rather than Java) was added in Scratch 2.0, and Scratch 3.0 was created for tablet support and in anticipation of the discontinuation of Flash. Changing the editor back to these older versions of Scratch would not only undo years of hard work by the Scratch Team, but they also might not work online anymore. If you wish, you can download the Scratch 1.4 and Scratch 2.0 offline editors.

In the future, please read The Official List Of Rejected Suggestions before you post
I say it's not rejected, but it's pretty close. OP only wants to change the looks of the blocks to a 2.0 look.
Yes of course
10: Za-Chary wrote at 1:31:12 PM 16/9/20204422504
As stated previously, this is indeed rejected, but I'd say it's for a different reason than what was quoted above. The reason below describes more closely why simply changing the looks of the Scratch blocks to the 2.0 version is rejected.

Keep thinking of ways to improve Scratch!

The Official List of Rejected Suggestions wrote:

2.3 Set the editor to look like older versions of Scratch
Some users prefer the look and feel of the Scratch 2.0 editor, and have suggested that the editor look like Scratch 2.0, but still run off of HTML5 like Scratch 3.0 does. However, this would be more complicated for educational and documentation purposes. It could be confusing if someone is trying to learn Scratch from someone who is using a completely different layout of the editor than them.

In addition, the Scratch Team changed the design for a reason: to make it easier, more intuitive, and friendlier for newcomers to use. If you dislike the Scratch 3.0 editor, you can still download the Scratch 1.4 or Scratch 2.0 offline editors.