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I did. It didn't answer those questions.
I guess it does. I think that it would be cool if we had that on Scratch: Besides a proper way of setting a thumbnail, you'd have a way to upload up to 8 images, hopefully in-game. There would be a little button for thumbnail and preview next to the share button or somewhere where it makes sense on the project page.
Every single default avatar refers to the file https://cdn2.scratch.mit.edu/get_image/user/default_100x100.png (or whatever size you want):I think that I found something out: The default avatar is one file. So when you change that one, every default will change. You don't get a copy.
I don't do the website code. Does anyone know if it would be possible to much some form of extension that alters the default profile picture?
not that that would be very useful
Please read the entire OP. Anyway, I 20% support. There's nothing wrong with the idea, but how it would work is why I support it so little.
How would the screenshots be selected? Would they be uploaded from the user's computer? Would you have to play the project, right click and select ‘Set Preview’? If it's the former, how could you make sure the image is actually from the project? As for the latter, well, I actually like that idea. I gave it bonus support points if that were the case.
dupe, i know its in project ideas, but it's a suggestionThat one is really inprecise and has almost no discussion.
Yep, the current default is just there so you have one. It's not designed to be good.yeah. Maybe a more colorful scratch cat or something, but like, um, those are just confusing. Besides, can't you upload that as a pfp yourself?why? this is currently the mascot of scratch, and that seems normal to me it should look like a cool ninja dude or a shrek meme
You can't. This sounds way too easy to exploit and get extra characters
Uhhh you code games, animations are a mix of coding and art and I'm not really interested in art.I have to say this many, many times:
SCRATCH IS NOT AN ART WEBSITE
Scratch is a coding website but there are animations, art, games, not only coding
You say that something isn't something else without knowing what the something else is? A duplicate means that someone already suggested the same thing. what is a dupe btw