Importancesprite was clicked, or a When () is Greater Than () hat block was triggered to activate the scripts. While creating a project is fully possible without the flag, it is not recommended and many users do so.Template:NeedCitation
Examples of projects which do not use the Green Flag block are:
- Projects which just share an image
- Slide shows where only key presses need to be used to move the images
- Main article: Stop Sign
The Stop Sign is the opposite of the flag; a project will end and fully stop all scripts when it is clicked or the Stop () block is used with the "all" option.
In Scratch 1.4 and the online Java player, by broadcasting
scratch-startclicked the flag was activated, meaning a project can start if a sprite is clicked.
Conversely, a broadcast received block Hat Block with the broadcast
scratch-startclicked activates when the green flag is pressed.
A similar trick can be done with the stop sign by adding the text "@stop" to a custom block.
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