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- MathPuppy314
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### Effects variable

Scratch has

They need

set [... v] effect to (...)

They need

([...] effect)to record the effects.

*Last edited by MathPuppy314 (Feb. 16, 2020 19:42:29)*

when I receive [broadcast1 v]

broadcast [broadcast1 v]

- chrdagos
- Scratcher

500+ posts

### Effects variable

if you meant Scratch hasset [... v] effect to (...)

They need([...] effect)to record the effects.

( [ v] effect :: looks)

then yes, that is a good suggestion. but maybe it could be

([ v] effect of [Sprite1 v] :: looksor

([ v] effect of [Sprite1 v] :: sensing

*Last edited by chrdagos (Feb. 16, 2020 21:20:48)*

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- chrdagos
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### Effects variable

fro 1, it is a reporter, not a boolean. and using variables would be pointless, since you would need to add 6 variables to every sprite. How would this report? Would it be a true/false, or a scale from 0-100?

Why should we not use a new variable and set the variable to the effect we want the sprite to have?

and another thing, there is a minuscule wait between blocks, so setting a variable will not do

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### Effects variable

It looks like this block idea has been suggested before in this topic.

Please continue the discussion there so we can keep individual suggestions organized and in one topic.

Please continue the discussion there so we can keep individual suggestions organized and in one topic.

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- Paddle2See
- Scratch Team

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### Effects variable

this topic.Thanks for the link! It does look like this is a duplicate topic so I'll close it to keep the conversation all in one place. It looks like this block idea has been suggested before in

Please continue the discussion there so we can keep individual suggestions organized and in one topic.

Please use the existing topic in the link above.

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