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#24

Yes, because it acts like a draft


#26

Yes, with a few exceptions:

  1. The original_user trait
  2. The project ID

#27

What is the user trait?


#28
"original_user": {
	"id": "------",
	"nickname": "Awesome_E",
	"avatar_type": --,
	"created_at": "December 2014"
},
"edited_at": "2018-11-10T09:42:30-0800"

Looks like this


#29

That’s changeable/editable though


#30

I tried modifying that before, but it doesn’t do much


#31

I wonder if you can code in your own blocks. Adding a “cloud” variable would be insane.
Edit:
Me and my friend made a chat by encoding a string into a line of numbers, storing that in a cloud variable, then decoding it later on. Scratch refreshes constantly, meaning it was like a real SMS system. So that would get hopscotch banned from all school iPads so, bad idea.


#32

Edit the webplayer, then maybe. I don’t know everything about the way the webplayer JavaScript file defines everything, if I looked into it then maybe, but the app also has to know what to do with it - you can’t find anything regarding the editor’s GUI in that file


#33

Also, I figured out how to have custom thumbnails.


#34

I know how to do that - #screenshotsfolder
must keep up with latest in hopes of Regular trust level


#35

Exactly. But you can’t publish it like that. Can you?


#36

It updates the screen shot right before it publishes, and when the app is restarted. So, I have my doubts.


#37

Well, you can hold a thumbnail zoomed out to keep it that way, so maybe replace the file at the perfect time through iTunes? Meticulous but may work


#38

I spent minute trying once, no luck. Wait, actually with your method, it may, but how will you change it if you can’t leave hopscotch? iTunes?


#39

I think that may have to do with the transfer delay though, try replacing it a little earlier (assuming you hit publish at the same time you pressed replace) - I think timing wise you’d have to press replace, publish, publish as fast as you can
I might try right now


#40

I shall attempt this too. Nah, it only updates from files to the app when hopscotch is restarted.


#41

@Awesome_E Hey, do you know any good ways of generating an equation from a set of points? Any apps? Sites? It’s for a pop up menu in my upcoming game, where I want objects in the menu to automatically bind to its size by generating values based on position and size, so I don’t have to manually guess and check until it’s right, because the menu exponentialy grows and shrinks to come in/out.


#42

Almost had it! try a little later - use files app


#43

Maybe a pause screen? This is really interesting!


#44

What do you mean? I’m thinking you could use a point-slope kind of equation