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just ignore it,thx! but what if someone asks you something you don't want to answer? Just ignore it? Or do you tell them u don't wan to answer? A Q&A project can be a good way to tell Scratchers more about yourself. They can ask what they want to know about you, so then you can tell them. I think making them is pretty fun.
Questions that are duplicates aren't really bad unless you posted the same question twice accidentally as Scratch encourages you to ask questions. opps.. I just realized that this is a duplicate- (ST could u close this because of that reason?) Sorry! I should have checked first!
I was thinking of that.You could use a text engine and have the engine offset the list when you press a key.Non of the text engines I have come across allow scrolling. you could use a text engine, and store the text in a variable/list
For example, normally it would draw items 1-20, but pressing the down key would show 2-21, then 3-22, 4-23, and pressing up would do the opposite.
It will be really jank and not smooth, though.
Non of the text engines I have come across allow scrolling. you could use a text engine, and store the text in a variable/list
That's a good idea, but I also fell 3.0 lists are bulkier and take up more space, but lists still contain scrolling which is nice. Perhaps if a line got too long (i.e. the maximum number of Ms or other wide character that can fit on a line), it would do code magic to put itself on a new line.
work on Internet Explorer doesn't mean we will support it on Internet Explorer. Conversely, when we say that we will not support Scratch 3.0 on Internet Explorer, that doesn't mean that it won't work on Internet Explorer.Adding to that, IE only exists today as a mean of browsing legacy sites, as newer browsers break some of them. I think just because Scratch 3.0 happens to
Another way of phrasing it might be, if a bug in Scratch 3.0 occurs only in Internet Explorer but not in any other browsers, we wouldn't bother to fix it.
that means scratch is social media definition: (which i mean it kinda is)
“websites and applications that enable users to create and share content or to participate in social networking.”
Anything that fits that description are banned from having accounts shared, except when they are not, and exclusions are specified by the ST, and if they don't, they should.
except when they are notAnything that fits that description are banned from having accounts shared,
this is going to ruin my scratch cat delete world record attempt as it will distract me.I think I've always noticed this, but I don't really care as the Scratch Cat sprite's only current use for me is seeing how fast I can delete it. i cannot unsee this
Erg…imagine being sam irl tho, and years latter finding this post and regretting ever letting scratch take a pic of you
I love going onto the ScratchCat account to post random meow gibberish and get a lecture on sexism in cat language.I love going to Disneyworld and having Mickey Mouse talk to me about racism ScratchCat is basically just a roleplay account made to satisfy young children, kind of like the mascots at Disney World.
I haven't gone to Disneyworld. In fact, I think I've only left the state twice
link me the law so i can interpret it Pretty sure the above law refers to macros and automation in MMORPG-like games only.
Though you can certainly read the law yourself it might be better to just contact a lawyer.