Trail invisibility block

A feature that I’d like to see in hopscotch is a set invisibility block for drawing trails. It would be useful for projects where you need to overlap trails but still be able to see both of the trails. It would be very helpful for making drawing pads and doing trail art.

Here is a drawing I made of what it would look like

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Ohh yes that would be a very cool feature, especially for mixing colors and such.

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Nice idea, and I agree!

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So trail opacity? Good idea, this has been proposed before I think and I know I want it:)

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Interesting.
Great idea!

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This idea has been brought up before in addition to trail shapes. It would be a nice addition.

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That (and trail layers) would be awesome!

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That would be a nice block to have in Hopscotch.
We can use it to give a watercolor effect.

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This is something I was thinking about and missed as late as today. It would be amazing to have this! While you can achieve almost the same result with darker or lighter colors sometimes, you can never mix colors or have trails overlap each other with the layers below still visible, which is something at least I have missed.

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Alpha channels would be so nice.

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This concept would come in very handy, as you would no longer need to rely on giant text blocks and shapes as much, when your project has a lot of scenes (which contribute more to crashing than trail art). A z-index for trail art of some sort would save so much storage.

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Yes, exactly!

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Bump

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Something else that would be cool would be preset code, maybe custom blocks? That can trail art shapes like hearts, stars and such.

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I actually dislike premade code, and insist that all my students delete them from their projects

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Just to clarify I tutor a few kids for free, mostly family friends

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I almost want to be taught

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Bump
And great idea
@Leaders close?

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still valid, still active! ideas never get old :grin:

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We have this, (do we?) well we have this ‘set opacity’ block, and it’s not officially on hopscotch but you can find it in Awesome E’s Webplayer.
Did I bump?

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