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FloatingMuffins
Scratcher
1000+ posts

>>>>>>>>>>> READ BEFORE POSTING: What goes in the Other Languages forum? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

I have seen a high amount of things in this forum that should not be here so I decided to create this guide.
Here you should create threads for languages that are not listed in the menu at the end of this page. If your language is not listed there then your language should be in a thread in this forum. Check through the pages of this forum to see. If it is not there create a thread for your language. These threads are used to discuss scratch in different languages.

But read this guide before creating a thread:

What should I NOT post here?
1. Duplicate topics
If there is already a thread for your language do not post another. Looking through this forum I have found 9 discussions for the Irish language. Post in a thread that is already there if there is one already there. Even if the thread is five years old still use that one. Necroposting is ok in this forum. It is best to keep the conversation all in one place.

2. A language you made up
You might have made up your own language with your friend. Unfortunately, this is not a place to discuss a language you made up. It is for the convenience of non-English speakers. Please be respectful to them.

3. Spam
Spam does not go in any forum. Do not advertise your projects or blockspam. This forum is for the convenience of non-English speakers. Please be respectful to them.

4. Any language that already has its own forum
Go to the end of this page: https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/ . There is a list of languages that already have their own forum topic. If your language has its own forum use that.

5. Extinct languages
Please do not create a thread for an extinct language such as Latin. It will get closed down by a moderator

6. Fictional languages
Please do not create a thread for a fictional language such as Klingon. It will get closed down by a moderator.

7. Joke languages
You can set the language on the Scratch website to Edible Scratch and Meow. But these are just joke languages so please do not create a thread for them in this forum

8. English
Again, this forum for non-English speaking people. There is already a forum for the English language. (I know, this guide is in English )

9. Wingdings
Just don't.

So, if your language is breaking the rules above do not create a new thread for it. If it has passed the guidelines above it is probably safe to create a thread for it.

Thanks for reading!

Last edited by FloatingMuffins (March 21, 2020 22:08:48)


FloatingMuffins
Scratcher
1000+ posts

>>>>>>>>>>> READ BEFORE POSTING: What goes in the Other Languages forum? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Yay. Thanks for the sticky!

zaxpo
Scratcher
100+ posts

>>>>>>>>>>> READ BEFORE POSTING: What goes in the Other Languages forum? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>


FloatingMuffins wrote:

I have seen a high amount of things in this forum that should not be here so I decided to create this guide.
Here you should create threads for languages that are not listed in the menu at the end of this page. If your language is not listed there then your language should be in a thread in this forum. Check through the pages of this forum to see. If it is not there create a thread for your language. These threads are used to discuss scratch in different languages.

But read this guide before creating a thread:

What should I NOT post here?
1. Duplicate topics
If there is already a thread for your language do not post another. Looking through this forum I have found 9 discussions for the Irish language. Post in a thread that is already there if there is one already there. Even if the thread is five years old still use that one. Necroposting is ok in this forum. It is best to keep the conversation all in one place.

2. A language you made up
You might have made up your own language with your friend. Unfortunately, this is not a place to discuss a language you made up. It is for the convenience of non-English speakers. Please be respectful to them.

3. Spam
Spam does not go in any forum. Do not advertise your projects or blockspam. This forum is for the convenience of non-English speakers. Please be respectful to them.

4. Any language that already has its own forum
Go to the end of this page: https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/ . There is a list of languages that already have their own forum topic. If your language has its own forum use that.

5. Extinct languages
Please do not create a thread for an extinct language such as Latin. It will get closed down by a moderator

6. Fictional languages
Please do not create a thread for a fictional language such as Klingon. It will get closed down by a moderator.

7. Joke languages
You can set the language on the Scratch website to Edible Scratch and Meow. But these are just joke languages so please do not create a thread for them in this forum

8. English
Again, this forum for non-English speaking people. There is already a forum for the English language. (I know, this guide is in English )

9. Binary code
I have only seen 1 binary code thread but I decided to include this anyway. Please do not create threads to discuss in binary code. These will be closed down by a moderator.

10. Learn a language threads
Do not create a thread for people to learn a language. This forum is for the convenience of non-English speakers. If you want to learn a language try Duolingo.

So, if your language is breaking the rules above do not create a new thread for it. If it has passed the guidelines above it is probably safe to create a thread for it.

Thanks for reading!
can we help other scratchers here using google translate?
FloatingMuffins
Scratcher
1000+ posts

>>>>>>>>>>> READ BEFORE POSTING: What goes in the Other Languages forum? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

zaxpo wrote:

FloatingMuffins wrote:

I have seen a high amount of things in this forum that should not be here so I decided to create this guide.
Here you should create threads for languages that are not listed in the menu at the end of this page. If your language is not listed there then your language should be in a thread in this forum. Check through the pages of this forum to see. If it is not there create a thread for your language. These threads are used to discuss scratch in different languages.

But read this guide before creating a thread:

What should I NOT post here?
1. Duplicate topics
If there is already a thread for your language do not post another. Looking through this forum I have found 9 discussions for the Irish language. Post in a thread that is already there if there is one already there. Even if the thread is five years old still use that one. Necroposting is ok in this forum. It is best to keep the conversation all in one place.

2. A language you made up
You might have made up your own language with your friend. Unfortunately, this is not a place to discuss a language you made up. It is for the convenience of non-English speakers. Please be respectful to them.

3. Spam
Spam does not go in any forum. Do not advertise your projects or blockspam. This forum is for the convenience of non-English speakers. Please be respectful to them.

4. Any language that already has its own forum
Go to the end of this page: https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/ . There is a list of languages that already have their own forum topic. If your language has its own forum use that.

5. Extinct languages
Please do not create a thread for an extinct language such as Latin. It will get closed down by a moderator

6. Fictional languages
Please do not create a thread for a fictional language such as Klingon. It will get closed down by a moderator.

7. Joke languages
You can set the language on the Scratch website to Edible Scratch and Meow. But these are just joke languages so please do not create a thread for them in this forum

8. English
Again, this forum for non-English speaking people. There is already a forum for the English language. (I know, this guide is in English )

9. Binary code
I have only seen 1 binary code thread but I decided to include this anyway. Please do not create threads to discuss in binary code. These will be closed down by a moderator.

10. Learn a language threads
Do not create a thread for people to learn a language. This forum is for the convenience of non-English speakers. If you want to learn a language try Duolingo.

So, if your language is breaking the rules above do not create a new thread for it. If it has passed the guidelines above it is probably safe to create a thread for it.

Thanks for reading!
can we help other scratchers here using google translate?
Sorry, I don't know. Maybe ask a Scratch Team member.

zaxpo
Scratcher
100+ posts

>>>>>>>>>>> READ BEFORE POSTING: What goes in the Other Languages forum? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

FloatingMuffins wrote:

zaxpo wrote:

FloatingMuffins wrote:

I have seen a high amount of things in this forum that should not be here so I decided to create this guide.
Here you should create threads for languages that are not listed in the menu at the end of this page. If your language is not listed there then your language should be in a thread in this forum. Check through the pages of this forum to see. If it is not there create a thread for your language. These threads are used to discuss scratch in different languages.

But read this guide before creating a thread:

What should I NOT post here?
1. Duplicate topics
If there is already a thread for your language do not post another. Looking through this forum I have found 9 discussions for the Irish language. Post in a thread that is already there if there is one already there. Even if the thread is five years old still use that one. Necroposting is ok in this forum. It is best to keep the conversation all in one place.

2. A language you made up
You might have made up your own language with your friend. Unfortunately, this is not a place to discuss a language you made up. It is for the convenience of non-English speakers. Please be respectful to them.

3. Spam
Spam does not go in any forum. Do not advertise your projects or blockspam. This forum is for the convenience of non-English speakers. Please be respectful to them.

4. Any language that already has its own forum
Go to the end of this page: https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/ . There is a list of languages that already have their own forum topic. If your language has its own forum use that.

5. Extinct languages
Please do not create a thread for an extinct language such as Latin. It will get closed down by a moderator

6. Fictional languages
Please do not create a thread for a fictional language such as Klingon. It will get closed down by a moderator.

7. Joke languages
You can set the language on the Scratch website to Edible Scratch and Meow. But these are just joke languages so please do not create a thread for them in this forum

8. English
Again, this forum for non-English speaking people. There is already a forum for the English language. (I know, this guide is in English )

9. Binary code
I have only seen 1 binary code thread but I decided to include this anyway. Please do not create threads to discuss in binary code. These will be closed down by a moderator.

10. Learn a language threads
Do not create a thread for people to learn a language. This forum is for the convenience of non-English speakers. If you want to learn a language try Duolingo.

So, if your language is breaking the rules above do not create a new thread for it. If it has passed the guidelines above it is probably safe to create a thread for it.

Thanks for reading!
can we help other scratchers here using google translate?
Sorry, I don't know. Maybe ask a Scratch Team member.
oh ok
GunChleoc
Scratcher
100+ posts

>>>>>>>>>>> READ BEFORE POSTING: What goes in the Other Languages forum? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

I guess that would depend on the language combination. For example, English to German is goood enough so that people will understand the German text, English to Gaelic is so bad that the result is complete gibberish.

repeat until <not <(language) = [English]>>
set (language) to [Gàidhlig]
end
calebsworld
Scratcher
18 posts

>>>>>>>>>>> READ BEFORE POSTING: What goes in the Other Languages forum? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

FloatingMuffins wrote:

I have seen a high amount of things in this forum that should not be here so I decided to create this guide.
Here you should create threads for languages that are not listed in the menu at the end of this page. If your language is not listed there then your language should be in a thread in this forum. Check through the pages of this forum to see. If it is not there create a thread for your language. These threads are used to discuss scratch in different languages.

But read this guide before creating a thread:

What should I NOT post here?
1. Duplicate topics
If there is already a thread for your language do not post another. Looking through this forum I have found 9 discussions for the Irish language. Post in a thread that is already there if there is one already there. Even if the thread is five years old still use that one. Necroposting is ok in this forum. It is best to keep the conversation all in one place.

2. A language you made up
You might have made up your own language with your friend. Unfortunately, this is not a place to discuss a language you made up. It is for the convenience of non-English speakers. Please be respectful to them.

3. Spam
Spam does not go in any forum. Do not advertise your projects or blockspam. This forum is for the convenience of non-English speakers. Please be respectful to them.

4. Any language that already has its own forum
Go to the end of this page: https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/ . There is a list of languages that already have their own forum topic. If your language has its own forum use that.

5. Extinct languages
Please do not create a thread for an extinct language such as Latin. It will get closed down by a moderator

6. Fictional languages
Please do not create a thread for a fictional language such as Klingon. It will get closed down by a moderator.

7. Joke languages
You can set the language on the Scratch website to Edible Scratch and Meow. But these are just joke languages so please do not create a thread for them in this forum

8. English
Again, this forum for non-English speaking people. There is already a forum for the English language. (I know, this guide is in English )

So, if your language is breaking the rules above do not create a new thread for it. If it has passed the guidelines above it is probably safe to create a thread for it.

Thanks for reading!

Uhh… too late. but i don't see anything that breaks these rules so ok
FloatingMuffins
Scratcher
1000+ posts

>>>>>>>>>>> READ BEFORE POSTING: What goes in the Other Languages forum? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

calebsworld wrote:

FloatingMuffins wrote:

I have seen a high amount of things in this forum that should not be here so I decided to create this guide.
Here you should create threads for languages that are not listed in the menu at the end of this page. If your language is not listed there then your language should be in a thread in this forum. Check through the pages of this forum to see. If it is not there create a thread for your language. These threads are used to discuss scratch in different languages.

But read this guide before creating a thread:

What should I NOT post here?
1. Duplicate topics
If there is already a thread for your language do not post another. Looking through this forum I have found 9 discussions for the Irish language. Post in a thread that is already there if there is one already there. Even if the thread is five years old still use that one. Necroposting is ok in this forum. It is best to keep the conversation all in one place.

2. A language you made up
You might have made up your own language with your friend. Unfortunately, this is not a place to discuss a language you made up. It is for the convenience of non-English speakers. Please be respectful to them.

3. Spam
Spam does not go in any forum. Do not advertise your projects or blockspam. This forum is for the convenience of non-English speakers. Please be respectful to them.

4. Any language that already has its own forum
Go to the end of this page: https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/ . There is a list of languages that already have their own forum topic. If your language has its own forum use that.

5. Extinct languages
Please do not create a thread for an extinct language such as Latin. It will get closed down by a moderator

6. Fictional languages
Please do not create a thread for a fictional language such as Klingon. It will get closed down by a moderator.

7. Joke languages
You can set the language on the Scratch website to Edible Scratch and Meow. But these are just joke languages so please do not create a thread for them in this forum

8. English
Again, this forum for non-English speaking people. There is already a forum for the English language. (I know, this guide is in English )

So, if your language is breaking the rules above do not create a new thread for it. If it has passed the guidelines above it is probably safe to create a thread for it.

Thanks for reading!

Uhh… too late. but i don't see anything that breaks these rules so ok
Good!

_pixar_
Scratcher
90 posts

>>>>>>>>>>> READ BEFORE POSTING: What goes in the Other Languages forum? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

I've @greenFlag a congenital Parkinson's. :: events hat
I'm [Ugh!] :: looks

ctrl+shift+down!
ctrl+shirf+left!

when green flag clicked
say (join [Hi! I'm ] (join (username) [!])) for (2) secs
say [Boy] for (2) secs
hide
wait (1) secs
show
say (join (join (join (join (join (join (join [Waking up on] (pick random (7) to (10))) [:]) (pick random (00) to (59))) [sleeping at]) (pick random [10 pm] to [5 am]))[:])(pick random (00) to (59))) for (2) secs
kaaizien09
Scratcher
8 posts

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Hi!

Last edited by kaaizien09 (May 30, 2020 07:54:38)

jc-gamebox
Scratcher
11 posts

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when green flag clicked
say [Um...I don’t really know!] for (2) secs(answer)
didi666666
Scratcher
28 posts

>>>>>>>>>>> READ BEFORE POSTING: What goes in the Other Languages forum? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

hi does anyone want to learn the scratch language?
iJackson2
Scratcher
9 posts

>>>>>>>>>>> READ BEFORE POSTING: What goes in the Other Languages forum? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

What if you speak english but you also speak another language that is not listed such as shona, will I be able to create a thread for that?

“It always seems impossible, until it is done.”
-Nelson Mandela

FloatingMuffins
Scratcher
1000+ posts

>>>>>>>>>>> READ BEFORE POSTING: What goes in the Other Languages forum? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

iJackson2 wrote:

What if you speak english but you also speak another language that is not listed such as shona, will I be able to create a thread for that?
Yes.

-InsanityPlays-
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500+ posts

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Aren't Edible Scratch and Meow no longer in languages?

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tornadocatty
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14 posts

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Hi
when green flag clicked
say [hello] for (2) secs

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FloatingMuffins
Scratcher
1000+ posts

>>>>>>>>>>> READ BEFORE POSTING: What goes in the Other Languages forum? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

tornadocatty wrote:

Hi
when green flag clicked
say [hello] for (2) secs
Please don't spam.

AmazingMech2418
Scratcher
500+ posts

>>>>>>>>>>> READ BEFORE POSTING: What goes in the Other Languages forum? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Just one thing you might want to add: you shouldn't make a forum for a non-human language either in this section (i.e. programming languages).

set [variable v] to [true]
if <<I finally learned how to do a signature :: sensing> = <variable :: variables>> then
set [response v] to [YES!!!!!]
end
say (show::looks stack) for (stop [all v]::cap) secs

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