This documentation is transcluded from Template:Scratch Mod/doc.
This is a template for Scratch Modifications and sometimes Scratch Extensions. It is used in the following format:
|name = Name of the mod
|image = The file name of the logo of the mod or a similar identifying image (without File: prefix)
|imagewidth = Width of the image (if larger than template default)
|version = Current version of the mod
|os = Operating systems that can run the mod
|purpose = Purpose of the mod
|devs = People involved in developing the mod
|opensource = Is the source available?
|prolanguage = Programming language the mod is written in (usually Squeak)
|released = Has it been released to the public yet?
|scratchversion = Scratch versions compatible with the mod
|website = Official website (link)
|topicnumber = If there is a forum in the Scratch 1.4 archive, the number following archive.scratch.mit.edu/forums/viewtopic.php?id=
|newtopicnumber = If there is a forum in the Scratch 2.0 forums, the number following scratch.mit.edu/discuss/viewtopic/
|active = Is it still active?
|repo = If it is open source, where is the source code? (e.g. github)
None are mandatory, but if "name" is not specified, it will give the page name instead, which ends with "(Scratch Modification)."
||UNIVAC, Mac OS XLVII, Windows 8+, iOS 3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399375, Android 9.4.11
|Purpose for creation
||To call 911 and make the Alberta government angry via ridiculous prank calls
||People involved in developing the mod
||No (as of January 23, 45 AD)
||Yes (as of January 1, 1 AD)
|Archived Forum Topic
|2.0 Forum Topic
|Open Source Repository
||Sorry, this is classified information
Fake Scratch is a mod. Its most notable difference from Scratch is a block that automatically dials all valid phone numbers in a list and automatically crashes the system through infinite recursion if there are none.