The computer that you connect to in mesh is called a server.
Scratch 1.4's features are the same as netscratch's.
Except with 1.4, you have to host your own servers.
Not really. It's called a mesh. I had one of those XO's from OLPC. It had the same idea. It's a small network that computers can join. Servers have a different idea.
Kind of off topic but Happy 600th post fruit!
NetScratch, a deviation of Scratch that allow variables to be shared across computers through the internet which was released in beta several years ago, will most likely not be coming anytime soon. In lieu of this, Scratch 2.0, to be released in 2011, will most likely have similar capabilities.
I'd really have liked those string blocks. I made a suggestion about them too.
Just a month ago I got net scratch
Really? From where?
I can post it here soon
Edit: it uses scratch 1.0 and it is REALLY slow
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What is NetScratch? :\