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  • #20955
    DanDan
    Keymaster

    Share your Scratch creations here, and discuss how we could empower you to make bigger cooler designs.
    I just added support for booleans (true/false tests), “repeat until”, cos(), sin(), tan(), and more! Should make for some crazy patterns!

    #21407
    Avatarjaymesdec
    Participant

    Dan,

    I am using software version v7.17.0 and a makelangelo 3. I would love to show my students how to use scratch to make drawings, but when I try to load a sb2 file, nothing happens.

    I’m on OSX 10.11.6.

    Any ideas?

    Thank you,

    Jaymes

    #21408
    Avatarjaymesdec
    Participant

    Dan,

    I am using software version v7.17.0 and a makelangelo 3. I would love to show my students how to use scratch to make drawings, but when I try to load a sb2 file, nothing happens.

    I’m on OSX 10.11.6.

    Any ideas?

    Thank you,

    Jaymes

    #27981
    AvatarEdmondsLibrarian
    Participant

    Is there a work around to the sb2 file format issue to use Scratch and Makelangelo?

    #29131
    Avatarmrbernd
    Participant

    Hello!

    Just played a bit with Scratch support. That is a big thing. Simple test files are working. – But my first real project is not. It is not overly complicated but uses a list…

    Can share the code, the scratch result etc. Would appreciate if someone has an idea…

    Bernd

    #29138
    DanDan
    Keymaster

    @mrbernd please share! Is this written in Scratch 2 or Scratch 3? We don’t support 3 yet, the format is WAY more complicated under the hood.

    #29139
    Avatarmrbernd
    Participant

    Dan,

    thank you for your questions.
    It is a Scratch2-file. The source file and two screenshots are here (WeTransfer-Link).

    The main program requires a list of primes which can be generated with the two subroutines.
    The subroutines are not mandatory as long as a list of primes is available. Within scratch these lists can be imported/ exported. The code is ready-to-rum and produces the output which I would like to have with the Makelangelo.

    Regards,
    Bernd

    #29141
    DanDan
    Keymaster

    Hmm… there is support for lists but not for WhenIReceive. Tricky!

    #29142
    Avatarmrbernd
    Participant

    Dan,

    thanks for your answer. I only need the “when I receive” in order to generate a list of primes. Will try to find a different solution…

    Regards,
    Bernd

    #29143
    DanDan
    Keymaster

    I’ll open a ticket in case someone wants to tackle this challenge. In the meantime I notice that the same scratch program can be run without the “whenIReceive” blocks, like so:

    View post on imgur.com

    #29144
    DanDan
    Keymaster
    #29145
    Avatarmrbernd
    Participant

    Thank you very much! Bernd

    #29147
    Avatarmrbernd
    Participant

    Perfect. Scratch program is working. – But “Makelangelo”-software still does not understand. Any ideas?

    #29148
    DanDan
    Keymaster

    Do you have the updated script in SB2 format? I only have it in SB3.

    #29272
    Avatarmrbernd
    Participant

    Dear Don,

    forgot to thank you for your fast response and immediate help.
    In the end I took the main information from the scratch program and converted it to an SVG outside scratch which I then used to draw it with the Makelangelo.

    Btw: Scratch2 is obsolete now because it is based on Flash. Do not know if there are many people who work with Scratch and the Makelangelo. I tried it just for fun and to get my daughter involved…

    Bernd

    #29280
    DanDan
    Keymaster

    Thank you for your kind words.

    Scratch3 format is much harder to process.

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