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- This article or section documents an outdated version of Scratch (version 2.0). For this article in the current version, see Code Area.
Blocks could be dragged from the Block Palette to the scripts area to be stored and executed in a project. They could be stacked together to form scripts. If a project was saved, these blocks would remain there. At the top-right of the scripts area (and of the entire editor) there was a transparent image of the selected costume, with its X position, Y position, and direction shown.
If a block in the scripts area was right-clicked, several options would appear:
- Add Comment: Created a comment, which was attached to the block the user right clicked on.
- Duplicate: Duplicated the script and allowed the user to place it either somewhere else within the sprite or on another sprite.
- Delete: Only showed up on the top of a script; deleted the whole script.
- Help: Gave information about the block the user right clicked on.
Custom block options were the same as in Scratch 3.0.