In the beginning less (blocks) is doing more. When working with young children is it possible to create custom categories and custom block menu's? I've heard that @bromagosa forked Snap! that does that.
What you can do is hide selected primitives -- right click on the block in the palette and choose "hide." They'll stay hidden when you save and reload the project. (You can get them back by clicking in the palette background and choosing "unhide primitives.")
@sathvikrias no I don’t have a link. There is always a reason from people who know what the are talking about to keep BYOB as it is and not to make it BYOCMB. Build You’re Own Categories Menus and Blocks. But it would be welcome especially for children.
Thank you @bh. From an educational viewpoint with younger children I would welcome this. Start small and not getting overwhelmed by the amount of primitive blocks. like the picture above Snap as the Swiss Army knife building you’re own blocks, menus and categories. But..then you’re hiding a lot.:s
that's a failsafe so it won't throw "Reporter didn't report." That's for command blocks. The reason it's there is because if it evaluated a reporter, it would have reported something already, therefore ending the block's process and leaving the blank report block obsolete.