So, I've been experimenting with hopscotch lag these days. I've found some pretty good tips to use.
1. Don't use repeat forever
It's obvious, repeat forever is going to lag the code. For big projects, use 7=7, it helps! Or if (value) equals 1, do (code)
2. Don't use huge numbers
So, I'm talking about set speed. Some people decide to do 999999999999999, which is not going to make it any faster than 99999. So, stick with that, don't use unnecessary large numbers.
3. Try to use as little abilities as you can
Abilities lag the code a LOT, especially if you have five thousand of them. I am currently making a music project, and oh boy... It's so laggy!
4. As less text boxes as you can!
So characters, shapes, text boxes. I understand if you are going to make a password project and you'd need to cover the code, but that's probably the key component to having a non laggy project.
Clones are REALLY laggy, if you put too much or enlarge them. It's best to stay away from them if you can.
Thanks for reading! I hope this helps. Please comment if you have a different strategy!
- Thanks! It helped.
- It kinda helped?
- it didn't help