That is what I saw first, but I saw another dev say something about 8.1
[ Snap Berkeley Github link ]
Here, Under the 8.1.0 release, it says:
extensions can auto-load and auto-exec allowed or allow-listed external JS scripts that modify the IDE, e.g. to add buttons by storing the external url in global (optionally hidden) variables whose name starts with "module"
I am in 8.1.0+ so there is a way, I do not understand it.
Oh, I forgot a new thing that I did today my friend, Super-Snap has a version on desktop now, but only is on macOS, thanks for tagging me, there is a screenshot leak with new blocks.
This isn't Chrome, really, I downloaded Snap4Arduino and changed its source code with replacing the files of Snap4Arduino with the Super-Snap ones, I changed the index.html's contents with the snap.html's contents with no name changed, but I added the menu bar's code to the contents.
In two forms, in browser or in desktop because is to get different manners of environments, like many repositories of Github, I'm going to do that and yes, probably the estimated date is before or the first day of March, at any hour, if I posted a link of Super-Snap! in Github, is because Super-Snap! is going to be public that day, just the final modifications are going to be yet, but the only problem, is that one of the final processes is that I'm will add the support of Lego WeDo in Super-Snap! like its common ancestor, BYOB, and its ancestor is pre-2.0 Scratch, 1.4 and before. Just talk about that, but if there is no solution, the blocks related of them, will be deleted because there is no use about them, these are the blocks:
I know how to, I dont know how to connect snap to the site, allowing them to talk with eachother. I was thinking about connecting to the site, sending the text data, then make the site ask to copy to the clipboard, or something alike.