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kChiaEC19
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PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

MrSquirrelDeDuck wrote:

When I reported a bug, using this guide, I made sure to give credit. Great guide! I never would have reported the bug as well as I did without this! Thanks!
I did the same thing here too!

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PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

banana439monkey
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PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

ScratcherMod wrote:

Please don't uselessly send emojis.

Banana

Run, run, have fun, repeat. You are sure tue mowve and mowve and - kenny2automate 2018

Yes, I know that thing's inactive, the server's somewhat active. If my physical server actually had a power supply.
MINECRAFTGAMER2111
Scratcher
32 posts

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

Some bugs are when the project has too many scripts. E.g.
when green flag clicked
move () steps
turn cw () degrees
go to x: () y: (0)
go to [ v]
go to [ v]
point in direction ( v)
point in direction (<key [ v] pressed?> v)
ask <color [#e82d14] is touching [#f08718] ?> and wait
ask <mouse down?><key [<color [#e82d14] is touching [#f08718] ?>(distance to [(mouse x) v]) v] pressed?> and wait
banana439monkey
Scratcher
1000+ posts

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

MINECRAFTGAMER2111 wrote:

Some bugs are when the project has too many scripts. E.g.
when green flag clicked
move () steps
turn cw () degrees
go to x: () y: (0)
go to [ v]
go to [ v]
point in direction ( v)
point in direction (<key [ v] pressed?> v)
ask <color [#e82d14] is touching [#f08718] ?> and wait
ask <mouse down?><key [<color [#e82d14] is touching [#f08718] ?>(distance to [(mouse x) v]) v] pressed?> and wait
please don't report bugs here.

Banana

Run, run, have fun, repeat. You are sure tue mowve and mowve and - kenny2automate 2018

Yes, I know that thing's inactive, the server's somewhat active. If my physical server actually had a power supply.
Boomer001
Scratcher
500+ posts

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

I've found a nice trick for the browser/operating system:
When flash is disabled or blocked, it looks like this (a example):
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, No Flash version detected
But when flash is enabled and scratch has permission, it looks like this:
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, Flash 32.0 (release 0)
So it shows your flash version when flash is enabled and when scratch has permission to flash

Last edited by Boomer001 (Jan. 18, 2020 12:27:33)

banana439monkey
Scratcher
1000+ posts

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

Boomer001 wrote:

I've found a nice trick for the browser/operating system:
When flash is disabled or blocked, it looks like this (a example):
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, No Flash version detected
But when flash is enabled and scratch has permission, it looks like this:
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, Flash 32.0 (release 0)
So it shows your flash version when flash is enabled and when scratch has permission to flash
Please stay on topic.

Banana

Run, run, have fun, repeat. You are sure tue mowve and mowve and - kenny2automate 2018

Yes, I know that thing's inactive, the server's somewhat active. If my physical server actually had a power supply.
Boomer001
Scratcher
500+ posts

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

I've found a nice trick for the browser/operating system:
When flash is disabled or blocked, it looks like this (a example):
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, No Flash version detected
But when flash is enabled and scratch has permission, it looks like this:
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, Flash 32.0 (release 0)
So it shows your flash version when flash is enabled and when scratch has permission to flash
Please stay on topic.

Banana
it is on topic, it's about the browser/operating system thing of the scratch forums
banana439monkey
Scratcher
1000+ posts

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

Boomer001 wrote:

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

I've found a nice trick for the browser/operating system:
When flash is disabled or blocked, it looks like this (a example):
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, No Flash version detected
But when flash is enabled and scratch has permission, it looks like this:
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, Flash 32.0 (release 0)
So it shows your flash version when flash is enabled and when scratch has permission to flash
Please stay on topic.

Banana
it is on topic, it's about the browser/operating system thing of the scratch forums
But it's not a bug. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Banana

Run, run, have fun, repeat. You are sure tue mowve and mowve and - kenny2automate 2018

Yes, I know that thing's inactive, the server's somewhat active. If my physical server actually had a power supply.
Boomer001
Scratcher
500+ posts

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

I've found a nice trick for the browser/operating system:
When flash is disabled or blocked, it looks like this (a example):
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, No Flash version detected
But when flash is enabled and scratch has permission, it looks like this:
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, Flash 32.0 (release 0)
So it shows your flash version when flash is enabled and when scratch has permission to flash
Please stay on topic.

Banana
it is on topic, it's about the browser/operating system thing of the scratch forums
But it's not a bug. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Banana
but you said you may not report bugs here
banana439monkey
Scratcher
1000+ posts

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

Boomer001 wrote:

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

I've found a nice trick for the browser/operating system:
When flash is disabled or blocked, it looks like this (a example):
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, No Flash version detected
But when flash is enabled and scratch has permission, it looks like this:
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, Flash 32.0 (release 0)
So it shows your flash version when flash is enabled and when scratch has permission to flash
Please stay on topic.

Banana
it is on topic, it's about the browser/operating system thing of the scratch forums
But it's not a bug. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Banana
but you said you may not report bugs here
My point was it's not relevant. I did say that, but reporting bugs here is better than being offtopic.

Banana

Run, run, have fun, repeat. You are sure tue mowve and mowve and - kenny2automate 2018

Yes, I know that thing's inactive, the server's somewhat active. If my physical server actually had a power supply.
Boomer001
Scratcher
500+ posts

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

I've found a nice trick for the browser/operating system:
When flash is disabled or blocked, it looks like this (a example):
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, No Flash version detected
But when flash is enabled and scratch has permission, it looks like this:
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, Flash 32.0 (release 0)
So it shows your flash version when flash is enabled and when scratch has permission to flash
Please stay on topic.

Banana
it is on topic, it's about the browser/operating system thing of the scratch forums
But it's not a bug. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Banana
but you said you may not report bugs here
My point was it's not relevant. I did say that, but reporting bugs here is better than being offtopic.

Banana
please be constructive. read the community guidelines.
DarthGummyBear
Scratcher
40 posts

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

What are you supposed to do if there was a weird thing happening briefly, but then it's back to normal and you haven't taken a screenshot or anything?

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banana439monkey
Scratcher
1000+ posts

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

DarthGummyBear wrote:

What are you supposed to do if there was a weird thing happening briefly, but then it's back to normal and you haven't taken a screenshot or anything?
Then it's unreproducible.

Boomer001 wrote:

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

I've found a nice trick for the browser/operating system:
When flash is disabled or blocked, it looks like this (a example):
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, No Flash version detected
But when flash is enabled and scratch has permission, it looks like this:
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, Flash 32.0 (release 0)
So it shows your flash version when flash is enabled and when scratch has permission to flash
Please stay on topic.

Banana
it is on topic, it's about the browser/operating system thing of the scratch forums
But it's not a bug. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Banana
but you said you may not report bugs here
My point was it's not relevant. I did say that, but reporting bugs here is better than being offtopic.

Banana
please be constructive. read the community guidelines.
It's not unconstructive, is it?

Banana

Run, run, have fun, repeat. You are sure tue mowve and mowve and - kenny2automate 2018

Yes, I know that thing's inactive, the server's somewhat active. If my physical server actually had a power supply.
Boomer001
Scratcher
500+ posts

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

I've found a nice trick for the browser/operating system:
When flash is disabled or blocked, it looks like this (a example):
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, No Flash version detected
But when flash is enabled and scratch has permission, it looks like this:
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, Flash 32.0 (release 0)
So it shows your flash version when flash is enabled and when scratch has permission to flash
Please stay on topic.

Banana
it is on topic, it's about the browser/operating system thing of the scratch forums
But it's not a bug. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Banana
but you said you may not report bugs here
My point was it's not relevant. I did say that, but reporting bugs here is better than being offtopic.

Banana
please be constructive. read the community guidelines.
It's not unconstructive, is it?

Banana
you gotta say something about it what you like of it, but you react negative on a lot of posts
lovely_1000
Scratcher
1 post

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

I have a script in my clicker that only works after you run it twice, but it doesn't work with clicking the green flag twice, H̾E̾L̾P̾ ̾M̾E̾!̾
RackTheHedgehog123
Scratcher
11 posts

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

Hello
banana439monkey
Scratcher
1000+ posts

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

Boomer001 wrote:

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

banana439monkey wrote:

Boomer001 wrote:

I've found a nice trick for the browser/operating system:
When flash is disabled or blocked, it looks like this (a example):
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, No Flash version detected
But when flash is enabled and scratch has permission, it looks like this:
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 79.0.3945.117, Flash 32.0 (release 0)
So it shows your flash version when flash is enabled and when scratch has permission to flash
Please stay on topic.

Banana
it is on topic, it's about the browser/operating system thing of the scratch forums
But it's not a bug. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Banana
but you said you may not report bugs here
My point was it's not relevant. I did say that, but reporting bugs here is better than being offtopic.

Banana
please be constructive. read the community guidelines.
It's not unconstructive, is it?

Banana
you gotta say something about it what you like of it, but you react negative on a lot of posts
I'm not really being negative, and anyway, I'd like some control over the posts in my topic, especially if they're not being noticed by the Scratch team or if they simply aren't relevant.

lovely_1000 wrote:

I have a script in my clicker that only works after you run it twice, but it doesn't work with clicking the green flag twice, H̾E̾L̾P̾ ̾M̾E̾!̾
Please make a new topic for that.

RackTheHedgehog123 wrote:

Hello
Hi! Is there a question you wish to ask?

Banana

EDIT: And this time, I didn't accidentally close the topic.

Last edited by banana439monkey (Feb. 11, 2020 21:09:16)


Run, run, have fun, repeat. You are sure tue mowve and mowve and - kenny2automate 2018

Yes, I know that thing's inactive, the server's somewhat active. If my physical server actually had a power supply.
blue0901
Scratcher
3 posts

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

banana439monkey
Scratcher
1000+ posts

PLEASE READ BEFORE MAKING A TOPIC: A guide to reporting glitches V2

blue0901 wrote:

Please don't uselessly send emojis.

Banana

Run, run, have fun, repeat. You are sure tue mowve and mowve and - kenny2automate 2018

Yes, I know that thing's inactive, the server's somewhat active. If my physical server actually had a power supply.

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