Well, I decided to make something that might come in handy, when editing projects. I've made it possible to copy/paste scripts
- Copy scripts
- Copy block
- Cut block
- Copy comment
- Paste scripts/comment
Project url: Snap! 6.9.2 Build Your Own Blocks
Does it work between different tabs of Snap!?
no, since the copied thing is stored in
window.blockCopy (I made the name before I added copying comments)
Bummer. If it did, though, it could be used for a backpack. (one of the very few things Scratch has that I want on Snap!.)
for that, I'd have to use the local storage.
I could try to add a backpack system, but that would take a whole lot longer.
Plus, localstorage doesn't support anything but text and numbers. I guess it could use the XML of a script, though.
it's not just the local storage lib, it's local storage itself. I've looked at the local storage in turbowarp, and I saw that the backpack is stored in json.
What'd you say that you edited out?
something I realized was wrong.
True. It seems to exist for him, though, so he probably didn't "share" it.
Second link is a "user script" which work even with JS disabled but requires extension/plugin (Chrome has some kind of support built-in)
I use tapermonkey, but there are some other chrome extensions that can load userscripts.
I've become slightly addicted to moding Snap! UI with TM
I've noticed that in some of your screenshots
I'm kind of wondering, where do I find all those userscripts? I put all my userscripts in this repo https://github.com/ego-lay-atman-bay/snap-extensions/tree/main/userscripts