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[[File:SeeInsideButton.png|thumb|The "See Inside" button]]
 
[[File:SeeInsideButton.png|thumb|The "See Inside" button]]
'''See Inside''' is a button which allows [[Scratcher|Scratchers]] to view the programming of a project without having to go through the effort of downloading. It also allows users to edit projects, and then remix them.
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'''See Inside''' is a button which allows [[Scratcher|Scratchers]] to view the programming of a [[Project|project]] without having to go through the effort of downloading the project. It also allows users to edit projects, and then [[Remix|remix]] them if they are not the original creator.
==History==
 
See Inside was first introduced in Scratch 2.0. Before the See Inside button was introduced, users had to go through the process of downloading the project, and then viewing it in the offline editor.
 
  
==Use==
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== History ==
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See Inside was first introduced in [[Scratch 2.0]]{{Citation needed}}. Before the See Inside button was introduced, users had to go through the process of downloading the project, and then viewing it in the [[Scratch 2.0 Offline Editor|offline editor]].
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== Use ==
 
[[File:SeeProjectPage.png|thumb|See Project Page button]]
 
[[File:SeeProjectPage.png|thumb|See Project Page button]]
The [[Project|project's]] page flips around to reveal the project editor when the button is clicked. If the project is edited and exited without saving, nothing in the project will change. However, if the project is saved, the [[Remix|remix]] is saved as a separate project.
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The project's page flips around to reveal the project editor when the button is clicked. If the project is edited and exited without saving, nothing in the project will change. However, if the project is saved, the remix is saved as a separate project.
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When the project editor is shown, this button becomes "See Project Page", and will take the user back to the project viewing page.
 
When the project editor is shown, this button becomes "See Project Page", and will take the user back to the project viewing page.
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== See Also ==
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*[[Scratch 2.0 Offline Editor]]
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*[[Remix]]
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[[Category:Scratch 2.0]][[Category:Scratch Program]][[Category:Scratch Website]]

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The "See Inside" button

See Inside is a button which allows Scratchers to view the programming of a project without having to go through the effort of downloading the project. It also allows users to edit projects, and then remix them if they are not the original creator.

History

See Inside was first introduced in Scratch 2.0[citation needed]. Before the See Inside button was introduced, users had to go through the process of downloading the project, and then viewing it in the offline editor.

Use

See Project Page button

The project's page flips around to reveal the project editor when the button is clicked. If the project is edited and exited without saving, nothing in the project will change. However, if the project is saved, the remix is saved as a separate project.

When the project editor is shown, this button becomes "See Project Page", and will take the user back to the project viewing page.

See Also