It's like this:
<color [#FF0000] is touching [sprite v]?>I think there should be a block like this. The stage could sense sprites and stuff like that. An example would be there's a color on part of the stage. And if a sprite is touching that color, it would do its action. What do you guys think? Scratch On!
Good idea. I think that MIT should put that in Scratch 2.0
It would really help with a lot of projects. Support.
@machinespray: I think it's ST not MIT.
Scratch is made by the Scratch team who work at MIT. It's a project of MIT.
Sprite 1when gf clicked forever if <touching color [#39207F]?> broadcast [touched v] stop script endSprite 2when I receive [touched v] YOUR Code HERE
That is a workaround.
Last edited by machinespray (2013-04-07 09:32:53)
I think that maybe you could create this instead:<[Pulldown of all sprites]<>
Oops, sorry, made a mistake! I meant (for example):
<[Sprite1 v] <touching color [(color here)]>>or
<[Sprite1 v] <(x position) = >>but if it contains a global variable such as
<[Sprite1 v] <(variable1) = >>it works the same as without the block
<[Sprite1 v] <>because that enables more.