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Comments are adjustable textboxes that can be attached to blocks or scripts. They can be adjusted horizontally (the text relocating to change the height as well), dragged around the screen, and deleted.


A main use for comments is to explain how a script is working. An example is below: File:A script with comments.PNG

The comments are attached to the blocks with a line a pixel thick, making it hard to see with a white background and such.


File:The two comment types.PNG
The two comment types. The top one is a mini comment and the bottom one is a full comment.
Comments can be shaped into two ways - a full comment or a mini comment.

The type can be changed by clicking the gray triangle at the upper-left of a comment.

Mini comments are one line long and hold a small amount of characters. Full comments display all text entered into it, which can extend infinitely.