There is a rule block in beta called “When Touch Ends”
This isnt really interesting bc theres already one in the beta editor
My thoughts exactly…
That’s “When touch ends”, which is slightly different because it means that the device has to be tapped/pressed/touched before for it to execute the code. This one is for “When not tapped”, which is more similar to the “When not pressed” block
Hope that kinda helped? Not the best explanation but
So, it’s like a combination of “when not pressed” and “when game starts”?
Basically when not pressed…
Well it’s a good idea to all the people how don’t subscribe to hopscotch (like me)
I second what noobcoder2000 said
why would this help? it’s basically the same as when is pressed, no?
There’s already one in beta called when touch ends, but I’d like it so you can choose which object to set it too. Currently, it runs wherever an iPad touch ends and we can’t change it.
But it may come out of beta soon
What does this even do
That’s why I said:
Yes… it may…
No because when is not tapped is when that object is not tapped so if it’s tapped it’s a one second thing because when you tap it’s not press. (I hope you understand)
I do, but a tap is a quick press, isn’t it?
@Dragongirl1264 it plays the code inside the mengenta block when something is not tapped
Wait, how is “when is not tapped” different then “when is not pressed”?