Can you put the new blocks in old projects?

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#1

Hey everyone!! I was wondering whether you could put the new blocks, custom blocks (I think that is what they are called), into old projects. I tried to put some in my drawing pad but it didn’t work. Is there something you need to do (like sign out and sign in again)??
Here is a screenshots:


@OMTL

Pls don’t get angry at me for tagging omtl… I think it is aloud!!


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#2

You can change the player version of a draft, by editing the json file. This will allow you to use newer blocks.


#3

Wat… very much big people language


#4

Her is something for someone to answer aswell:


Where is the remixes of my projects??


#5

Here’s an instruction. You’ll need to change the “player version” in order to get the new blocks. If you need help, there are 2 other Hopscotchers too (on the forum) who know how to edit the json file.


#6

Another one for you @CreationsOfaNoob


Where is the already set rules??


#7

If it’s on an old draft, they will not appear. You have to create a new draft in order to get the pre-made rules.
Otherwise, I don’t know.


#8

Okey dokey thanks anyways


#9

I’m actually going to experiment a little with transferring rules between drafts, using a computer. If that is possible, it would be awesome.


#10

Okay cool… if you work it out tag me


#11

I’m actually going to experiment a little with transferring rules between drafts, using a computer. If that is possible, it would be awesome.

Yeah, it can be done. It’s just a little tricky cause it’s not as easy as copying a single section of code and pasting into the other project. The only concern I saw was the possibility of duplicating the IDs of the various code elements. But I think it’s really unlikely. Tag me if you’ve any questions or want to discuss.


#12

Seriously, if its project related, pomtl is better


#13

This is one of the reasons to use the OMTL, I’d say.


#14

#15

You’ll have to experiment with the JSON file like @CreationsOfaNoob said. Editing the JSON can sadly be a little bit risky and requires software and a computer. So right now, the answer is no if you don’t want to edit the file itself.


#16

…and me!


#17

Exactly right


#18

No idea?? Try refreshing


#19

YAYYAYAYAYAY!!! Finally, you’ve been excepted by the moderators!! (Or THT idk)


#20

Ima suma Lumia dummy Lumia you assuming ima human