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Super_Scratch_Bros20

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1368: can we make a cookie emoji? at 5:32:31 PM 15/5/20204016734

Colette8000496 wrote:

no, this is not a duplicate and i was just wondering if we can make a cookie emoji

Okay…but what exactly is the purpose of it? Why would we need it?
1367: can we make a cookie emoji? at 5:29:36 PM 15/5/20204016716
I found a suggestion on oreo emojis. Would this be considered a duplicate?
1366: I want to roleplay at 4:59:16 AM 15/5/20204014543
I'm pretty sure that this belongs in Project Ideas, so I'll report this to be moved there.
1365: Mega Man X Overdrive Script at 4:57:10 AM 15/5/20204014535
Added Maverick Rematch!
1364: MegaManX Overdrive Discussion. at 4:52:45 AM 15/5/20204014522

XenobyteZX wrote:

Power Rangers RPM is actually quite dark. 90% of the population is dead
……….good to know? Anyway, what do you think of the idea of Mega Man X: Janus' Story to be 8-bit? I don't want to pressure @megakidx, so I can make my own sprites for the unofficial prequel.
1363: MegaManX Overdrive Discussion. at 4:46:55 AM 15/5/20204014494

XenobyteZX wrote:

UltraSparky12 wrote:

hwy guys, what would you all say if there was a show called Mega Rangers? (Mega Man, Power Rangers) how cool would that be?


I love Power Rangers. It’s kinda cringe but it’s still cool. The comics are beautiful though. My fav is MMPR and RPM

Power Rangers is cheesy, but I kind of like the armor and the theme song. Hey, I'm considering making Mega Man X: Janus' Quest to be 8-bit, since @megakidx is working on other sprites, but I'll take feedback first.
1362: MegaManX Overdrive Discussion. at 4:30:24 AM 15/5/20204014415

Super_Scratch_Bros20 wrote:

nightwolf49 wrote:

Super_Scratch_Bros20 wrote:

Sorry.

I would avoid giving out personal information…

Also, I'm kind of ticked off myself. Unless a famous Scratcher steals your things for his most popular project (won't name names), then you probably can't imagine how aggravating it is.
I may not be a popular scratcher, but my Minecraft on My Mind Project is my most favorite project and so many people remix and don't even change a thing.

Same about my simulators. But I'm not referring to you. I'm referring to a much, much more popular Scratcher (no offense) stealing sprites and music without giving any credit to me whatsoever.

When they take my sprites, they give credit to Capcom! What? Capcom didn't make the sprites! However, the user knows that! I also remember the hours of work on the Elec Man: The Video Game sprites. I had to rip them all, and it was hard, long, but worth it…..UNTIL HE TAKES MY SPRITES! What was even worse were all the comments at the bottom, supporting him for his “spritework”. !!!!!!!

Ugh, just got annoyed out of my mind to find out that @sharkyshar is following him…and @BradGames?! This is literal torture!

Anyway, working on more dialogue.
1360: Waiting Between Remixing and Sharing at 4:06:42 AM 15/5/20204014316

Warriorbuilds3 wrote:

  • First, I will say that remixes that aren't changed at all are sort of a problem, but not one of utmost urgency. People will remix popular projects without editing just to get views. I used to do this at one point too, and I've regretted this ever since. Anyway, the reason I think that this isn't a big problem is because when you remix a project, it will always say who the original creator of it was. This may spark interest in some of the viewers to view the original project, so in a way, it's not a terrible trade-off, especially since there's no way for them to claim it's theirs if they choose that method.
Do you even know how many projects I have that are remixed without any changes whatsoever? I've had people go around and do that to spam my messages.

  • Second, I do feel that what others say about waiting for the time to end would be true. Not everyone's impatient, so while I do agree this would act as a deterrent, I think that this method wouldn't change much.

True. But if they try to remix before the time limit is up, remember what I mentioned about the pop-up? That could also reduce changed remixes by a large amount of users.

  • And most importantly, this preventative method doesn't cover a bigger issue that might not be notoriously well known, it's an exploit that's really bad for original creators. Allow me to explain: The backpack feature is a handy feature in editor that basically allows you to take segments of a project in a little compartment and take it into other projects. Some of you probably already know where I'm going with this…
    Essentially, people can use the backpack as a way around your suggested method by copying all of the sprites. By doing so, they take everything in the project, including code. From then on, all they have to do is put all of the sprites in there, and they have a copied project, that gives no credit to the original creator.
    I feel that issue should be tackled first before we talk about no-edit-remixes…

That makes sense. What if there was a 60-Second Rule on sharing a project after getting backpacked material? Sure, I get that you could be backpacking your own things, which wouldn't be bad, per se, but you could surely test your project out first, right? There could be many bugs to be fixed. Moreover, it could encourage users to think about the hard work they've accomplished before sharing a project.

Don't forget about the pop-up. That could reduce even more exact copies of projects. Of course, there could still be some exact copies. But it will only reduce the amount of copies, just like how the bad word detector reduces the number of bad words, although it has workarounds and false positives.
1359: Waiting Between Remixing and Sharing at 2:50:52 AM 15/5/20204014039
Re-bump.
1358: A Country Sensing Block at 2:44:57 AM 15/5/20204014020
I found a duplicate.
1357: A Country Sensing Block at 2:40:34 AM 15/5/20204014012

Mr_PenguinAlex wrote:

Although, I suppose something similar could be done with the username block.

That could potentially lead to private messaging, though, which is a reportable offense.

Mr_PenguinAlex wrote:

BestUsernameSoFar wrote:

I've also noticed that this could possibly be used to not allow people from a specific country into your project.
When GF clicked
if <(country::sensing)=[Australia]> then
forever
stop [all v]
end
This is an issue.
Although, I suppose something similar could be done with the username block.

But couldn't this become a racism issue?
1356: A way to collaborate at 2:38:24 AM 15/5/20204014008

Mr_PenguinAlex wrote:

Super_Scratch_Bros20 wrote:

Mr_PenguinAlex wrote:

I never said that they could edit or remove their comments. The live chat would function basically like the comments, but inside the project editor.

I mean like when you right-click and you can add a comment, not the live chat. Or, you could say it inside a costume. It would be much harder to track that down if they could just change the costume later.
oh
maybe only the owner of the project could change names of sprites, costumes, etc. and create comments?

Read what I put in bold for the answer.
1355: A Country Sensing Block at 2:36:47 AM 15/5/20204013998

BestUsernameSoFar wrote:

I've also noticed that this could possibly be used to not allow people from a specific country into your project. Example:
When GF clicked
if <(country::sensing)=[Australia]> then
forever
stop [all v]
end

So you're discouraging your own suggestion? This script only gives me another reason to not support this.
1354: A way to collaborate at 2:27:04 AM 15/5/20204013956

Mr_PenguinAlex wrote:

I never said that they could edit or remove their comments. The live chat would function basically like the comments, but inside the project editor.

I mean like when you right-click and you can add a comment, not the live chat. Or, you could say it inside a costume. It would be much harder to track that down if they could just change the costume later.
1353: A Country Sensing Block at 2:24:01 AM 15/5/20204013938
I don't see how this could serve a useful purpose. A user could basically scare younger kids with this:

when green flag clicked
say (join (join [I know where you live! You live in ] (country::sensing)) [! Now I'll come and find you!])

Obviously, the user can't actually find them. Many younger kids wouldn't know that.

But what would the purpose of this block be, anyway?

when green flag clicked
say (join [You live in] (country::sensing))

Why does Scratch need this, exactly?
1352: A way to collaborate at 2:19:40 AM 15/5/20204013916
Also, let's say a class is working on a project together. What's to stop someone else from joining in and doing something against the Community Guidelines? They could just leave an inappropriate comment in the editor, and if someone reports it, they can remove/change it. That would be considered false reporting, and the user would be alerted. Then, the user could keep on doing that until users who report him/her/them would be thought to false report enough times and get blocked and unable to participate in the class for a while.
1351: A way to collaborate at 2:15:55 AM 15/5/20204013893

Mr_PenguinAlex wrote:

Super_Scratch_Bros20 wrote:

This could still lead to private messaging. Say that a user could be on vacation and you know that and talk about the user behind the user's back. Still no support.
Comments could do this exact same thing.
Also, talking about another user is not private messaging.

It's gossiping, sure, which is also a problem. But saying things that other users don't know about is basically private messaging.

Also, I'm not sure about this idea yet. Couldn't users who don't know how to undo/restore/revert get upset if someone destroys a project? Many users ask how to do that already.
1350: A way to collaborate at 2:01:07 AM 15/5/20204013836
This could still lead to private messaging. Say that a user could be on vacation and you know that and talk about the user behind the user's back. Still no support.
1349: A way to collaborate at 1:55:48 AM 15/5/20204013814
Couldn't that cause certain users to completely wreck projects? No support.