ok, good luck with the collisions,
it’s part of the ae’s secret block
you can get it by downloading the ae’s spider hs extension and add the blocks to your code, or you can add from ae’s builder or ae’s magical shortcuts
The only way to show the entire number is to convert it to a string BEFORE it converts to Scientific Notation, which is impossible to do unless you make it type each number one by one.
Another way you can do it is by spitting the numbers up in groups of 1000, then you can add some code to make them look like they are counting up or down properly. You can just have the one, then clone the object for every 10^3 so you can do the whole counting process again.
987 (object 1) ,649 (object 2) ,554 (object 3) ,221 (object 4) ,002 (object 5) ,666 (object 6)
This, when put together correctly, will display 987,649,554,221,002,666 instead of something like 9.876496E17
The commas at the start were put there intentionally so you’d be able to convert them to string and show 002 instead of just 2.
Adding on to what Tri-Angle said, it is best if you use the timestamp block in the Official Hopscotch Web Explorer. I found out the hard way that trying to copy the block in the app causes it to crash instantly.
I just noticed there’s a very small difference between a website, and your project.
The HEX is different!
They probably just round differently somewhere, that just means the r in the will be one off in one of the colors. Tri’s red will be one higher than it should be.
What should I do with my 250 seeds
(100 is for a comp) @HappyPandas?
Does this look like a good building-character size ratio?
Original for reference:
It’s about giving plants
To earn the Top Planter badge, simply give 10 plants (a 50 seed value) to other users.
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only 10? id think itd be more for a top planter badge, it’d be cool if there were tiers to that badge and thatd be the first. (maybe five would be the first actually, or even 1 to get the badge ‘Starter Planter’ or something.)
both hex are actually correct, the website is displaying 13510 → 8716 while mine is displaying 13410 → 8616
the rest being displayed as same value is caused by different rounding moment + different convertion methods. because all others are by nature different things (in fact, hex is rgb, but nothing else) that slight +1 in the red color is negligible.
just to prove my point, here’s the screenshot of my colorTo tool with 87ceeb instead of 86ceeb. it’s the absolute same thing with the website :)
one thing i didnt mention when i released the tool --and i totally didnt take 1 full hour to code that-- is that you can swipe left or right a bookmark or a history to remove it :D
yay, @/yuanyuan remixed my project
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