@liza @rodrigo (sorry to tag you guys, I think this is important)
I think rehop-ing is a super important feature in Hopscotch. And the fact that now you can't save a project made with a subscription to your drafts is kind of upsetting for me. The videos, previous code experience, and not even experimenting helped me learn the most about Hopscotch. It was other projects.
The only reason I have 150+ projects in my drafts currently isn't because I'm working on 150 projects, they're mostly rehops. I'm working on maybe 30 original projects at most. I've learned so much about different types of coding, simplified versions of my own code, and so much more from other people's projects, and I don't really like the fact you can't rehop a project made with images. No, it's definitely not fair if you can publish a project with an image if you don't own a subscription account, but I think you should have the ability to rehop it.
Just this morning I found a cool project with some very cool code, but it had an image in it. I tried changing the image to a text object, but I still couldn't rehop it. It was a fairly long piece of code, so I really wanted to save it to my drafts for future reference, but I couldn't.
So I'd like if you (a non-subscription user) were able to save a project made with a subscription to your drafts, but not publish it. I think that makes sense. :)