A little introduction here. I've been using Scratch since 2017, and I loved it. Up until 2021 (a shocking year), my account got IP banned for a (maybe) good reason. I reached out to ST and they said that I would be unbanned in October. But then, my Ex-Friend used a VPN to bypass the IP ban, because I also reached out to Scratch Team to IP ban her for telling me to bully someone. I was going to apologize. After she used the VPN, Scratch Team refused to unban me, and we emailed and contacted. Nothing helped. That's why I have the "Reforged" in my username.
Anyways, now that we're in 2022, a better era, I'd just want to point out that this is too hard to use like a Scratch user like me. I'm working on a PvZ clone called "Graves vs. Gardens". The controls for the site are weird, and there is no selection tool for Bitmap. There is no library or anything, excluding the offline version. On the Bedroom2 backdrop, it says "Scratch Rocks". Okay, so you made an effort, but you didn't? Try to make it say "Snap Rocks" or something.
I do like the addition of the Drag-and-Drop feature. There are more cool blocks to use, cool things to make, you can COLOR YOUR BLOCKS. Yes, color your blocks. At least I'm not limited to Indigo or Light Red. Plus, the URL feature is perfect for anti-vandalization.
Now, back to the problems. There is no commenting feature like the Forums is your only hope at this point. Also, you can maybe make the file sizes bigger than 10 Megabytes. What in the flying pickle?
Also, the worst offender, it's not even a .sb file; It's an XML FILE?! What the heck! It just says something around the lines of 9840nb70hjrvf36hf or something. I can't turn it into an EXE file, not even an HTML program. Now, here's what you can do to fix the next update for Snap! 8.0...or Snap! 7.4...or just Snap! 7.3.1 with like, two more blocks of code...
Make it look sleek
I know this is the LEAST important thing here. It looks a little outdated, like back in 2009. However, I like that specific Scratch 1.4 style. This is why it isn't important.
This is in Scratch 1.4 to 3.0. I love this feature because old users can go back to it. But I'd personally prefer Vector.
Snap Rocks, not Scratch!
This is starting to get more important. Now, for the background Bedroom2, you can replace it with Snap Rocks, Snap Rules, or just put a picture of Alonzo. I don't care, you can do it anyway.
Listen, why are we capped at 10 Megabytes? You can expand it to 50 Megabytes, 100 Megabytes, or at maximum, 1 Gigabyte. Also, you guys are Berkeley! This feature is a must. And I mean a must.
Honorable Mention: The Library
Let's keep this short. This needs to be used, a sprite/sound/background/code library. You can also add a backpack.
SB? I don't see any SB!
The worst problem of all. Using an XML file instead of either SB, EXE, or even HTML. There is nothing in existence to change it to those file enders. You can't even put them on itch.io. This is why this is the #1 reason why the Snap! can be like Scratch.
Well, at the time I'm writing this, it's 10:45 PM in the night. And now, I'm tired. Can't wait to get some updates on this thing. Goodbye, and Snap On!