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|Release Date||January 2, 2019|
- Many blocks are in a different order
- Events Blocks are the color of the Scratch 2.0 Control Blocks, and control blocks are a bit lighter than the old events blocks
- More Blocks has been renamed My Blocks, and is a shade of light red
- Some default inputs have been changed
Click on a block to learn more about it!
go to [front v] layer
go [forward v] (1) layers
(costume [number v])
(backdrop [number v])
change [pitch v] effect by (10)::sound
set [pitch v] effect to (100)::sound
clear sound effects
set drag mode [draggable v]
<() contains ()?::operators
delete (1) of [list v]
delete all of [list v]
(item # of () in [list v])
For extension blocks, please go to the extension pages.
- New Paint Editor and Sound Editor
- Pen, Video Sensing, and Music blocks are now extensions
- Projects can now be created on tablets and played on both tablets and phones, but projects cannot be edited on mobile phones
- Several extra options for the “touching ()?” boolean, including “any edge”, “mouse-position”, and “left edge”
- Different fonts: Sans Serif (thin Helvetica), Serif (Times), Handwriting, Marker, Curly, Pixel, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean
- The vector paint editor is now the default editor
- The Video Sensing blocks are an extension
- New extensions: Text to Speech, Translate, Micro:bit, and Lego Mindstorms EV3.
- Internet Explorer is no longer supported
- PicoBoard and LEGO WeDo 1.0 are no longer supported
On January 9, 2019, the Scratch Team released new updates for Scratch 3.0, fixing many bugs Scratchers had reported. They included projects getting stuck on the loading screen, and the love and favorites not showing up. This announcement was shown on the Front Page.
In early-mid January 2019, the front page banner was changed from "The new Scratch is here!" to "Create stories, games, and animations" and "Share with others around the world". Below the banner, there are two buttons: "Start Creating", leading to the project editor, and "Join", leading to a page to create a Scratch account.
- https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/topic/331439/ "We want to thank you all for the great feedback you’ve been giving us about Scratch 3.0! We’ve been busy reading what you have to say about it and wanted to update you about some of the work we’re doing in response to this. We designed Scratch 3.0 to be easier to build on than Scratch 2.0 was, so while Scratch 2.0 didn’t change very much, you will see Scratch 3.0 grow over time with new features and extensions."