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An image of the file menu .]] |+|
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'''File''' is a drop down menu with
very handy features. |+|
'''File ''' is a dropdown menu with .
New is a feature that
just opens a new [[project]]. |+|
Save now=== |+|
Save now saves all of the changes
you have made to your project. |+|
|−|===Save as a copy=== |+|
=== New ===
Save as a copy
turns it into a copy. |+|
Newis a feature that a new [[project]].
|−|===Go To My Stuff=== |+|
|−|Go To My Stuff takes you to your [http://scratch.mit.edu/mystuff/ my stuff page] |+|
Upload from your computer=== |+|
Save nowsaves all of the changes made to project .
|−|Upload from your computer is a handy feature that allows you to upload projects that you have saved from the [[ Offline Editor|offline editor]] to the [[Scratch Website]]. |+|
|−|===Download to your computer=== |+|
Save as a copya .
|−|Download to your computer is another handy feature that allows you to download projects from the online editor to your computer. |+|
|−|Revert allows you to undo everything you did since you opened the project. |+|
from your computeris a feature that allows to upload projects that saved the [] the [[Scratch ]]
Project Items]] |+|
to your computerallows to download projects from the online editor to computer.
Latest revision as of 19:04, 12 February 2020
- "File" redirects here. For the Scratch file format, see Scratch File Format.
The file menu dropped-down in the online editor
- This article or section documents the current version of Scratch (version 3.0). For this article in Scratch 2.0, see File Menu (2.0).
The File Menu is a drop-down menu with options about creating, saving, downloading, and uploading projects.
The file menu contains several options.
New is a feature that creates a new blank project in the editor. It will not overwrite the previous project, as it is a separate project in My Stuff.
Save now saves all of the changes made to the project since the previous state. If Internet connection is available, the save will be updated to the server properly; otherwise a message will appear saying "Project could not save." with options to try again or download it.
Save as a copy generates a totally separate, identical project to the one opened in the editor.
Load from your computer is a feature that allows one to upload projects that one has saved on their computer to the Scratch Website. The file extension for a Scratch 3.0 project is
.sb3; Scratch 2.0 projects with the extension
.sb2 and Scratch 1.x projects with the extension
.sb can also be uploaded into the online editor.
| Note: ||The uploaded project will replace the contents of the current project.|
Save to your computer allows one to download projects from the online editor to their computer, which can then be uploaded, shared, or edited offline at a later time.