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June 7, 2021 — ashmachaudhary123 as Scratch Curator
ashmachaudhary123 has been chosen as the four-hundred-seventy-fourth curator on the Front Page. Feel free to congratulate ashmachaudhary123 on their profile!
May 31, 2021 — theCharpy as Scratch Curator
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May 24, 2021 — ARD_2009 as Scratch Curator
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May 17, 2021 — New Scratch Design Studio — Expect the Unexpected
The Scratch Team has released a new Scratch Design Studio! Its description states:
From squirrels on mars, to fish that fly, to furniture that can talk, there are so many unexpected things and situations to imagine! In this Scratch Design Studio, we invite you to think out of the box and make a project about the unexpected.
May 17, 2021 — perfectly-unique as Scratch Curator
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Graphic Effects
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Graphic effects when used on the Scratch Cat.
Small Stage Layout
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The button that toggles the small stage layout.
Featured Studios
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The "Featured Galleries" sidebar, present before Scratch 2.0.

List of Block Workarounds
Block workarounds are scripts that recreate the effect of a block without using the block. They can be used to better understand how blocks work and to recreate a block in another programming language.
Workaround for wait until <. . . :: grey>:
repeat until <. . . :: grey> //put no blocks in the body

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