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The backpack feature is a new feature in [[Scratch 2.0]], that allowes you to drag and drop images, sprites, and sounds into the backpack, and then allowes you to drag and drop those images/sprites/sounds into a completly different project.
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The backpack feature is a new feature in [[Scratch 2.0]], that allowes you to drag and drop images, sprites, and sounds into the backpack, and then allows you to drag and drop those images/sprites/sounds into a completly different project.
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This feature is a lot different from [[Scratch 1.4]] as previously, even when you download the project, the files used within it are not easily accessible for use in another project.  
  
 
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[[Scratch Day]] - The day many Scratchers get together to talk about scratch
 
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The backpack feature is a new feature in Scratch 2.0, that allowes you to drag and drop images, sprites, and sounds into the backpack, and then allows you to drag and drop those images/sprites/sounds into a completly different project.

This feature is a lot different from Scratch 1.4 as previously, even when you download the project, the files used within it are not easily accessible for use in another project.

See Also

Scratch 2.0 - The next generation of Scratch

Scratch Day - The day many Scratchers get together to talk about scratch