Version 3.39.0 Official Topic

It’s finally here… resizing your characters is now as easy as a pinch of your fingers! After months of beta feedback, character resizing is now available for everyone. We can’t wait to see what you’ll make with it.

Speaking of new features. You’ll also be glad to see that the “wait” and “sound” blocks now use seconds rather than milliseconds. After testing it in beta, you all agreed that this was much easier to understand.

And continuing to speak of new features: in this version, you’ll have a chance to give your feedback. When you open the app you’ll see a pop-up asking for your opinion on new features we should add, what we should change, and much more!

Last but not least. You may have noticed a small bug where your monkey looked squished when you used “set image”. That one is fixed now!

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Resizing characters was a really good idea. It’ll make the move to xCode much more smooth.

I don’t know about everyone else, but I specifically appreciated that we were able to go to insane detail on time with milliseconds.

Thank you so much for all of your tireless work on Hopscotch and for listening to us when we ask for new features. THT is the best!

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Yeah! NEW UPDATE!

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I’m not seeing the update in the App Store…

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So now time depends on decimals?

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Oh awesome, tysm y’all!

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e p i c

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yay!!! I’m so excited for this update!!!

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Wow, awesome! Thank you THT for always working hard to improve Hopscotch :slight_smile:

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a shame I have to wait till sunday to use it.

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This sounds awesome!

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These changes sound so cool, can’t wait to update!

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Awesome! This sounds really cool!

Thanks so much for the update

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Awesome! Good job on the survey!

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Party!

Thanks for the update!

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I literally just updated to 3.38 and out comes a new update XD

thanks for the update!

So you just use decimals if you want a fraction of a second?

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Yep
.5 of a second is 500 milliseconds, .3, 300. Basically the number of milliseconds divided by 1k

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Why not put in the block description, “1000 milliseconds = 1 second?”
Or make it so you can change it from milliseconds to seconds?

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That would be helpful to new users, especially if they don’t know the conversion

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Yeah I agree, that’d be really helpful and cool!

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