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The '''Start Scene ()''' [[Blocks|block]] was an [[Event Blocks|Event block]] and a [[Stack Block|Stack block]]. This block was similar to [[Broadcast ()]], because they both fired a user-driven event to start an action. This block was available for all sprites rather than it's alternative, Switch to Scene () which was only available for the stage. They have both been replaced by {{b|Switch Backdrop to ()}} which is available for all sprites and the stage.
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The '''Start Scene ()''' [[Blocks|block]] was an [[Event Blocks|Event block]] and a [[Stack Block|Stack block]]. This block was similar to [[Broadcast ()]], because they both fired a user-driven event to start an action. The broad block was available for all sprites, while its alternative, Switch to Scene () which was only available for the stage. They have both been replaced by {{b|Switch Backdrop to ()}} which is available for all sprites and the stage.
  
 
==Workaround==
 
==Workaround==
Due to the fact that the Switch to Scene () block worked identically, the block could simply be replaced with the other. However, Switch to Scene () was only available for the stage so one had to have:
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Due to the fact that the Switch to Scene () block worked identically to the broadcast block, the block could simply be replaced with the other. However, Switch to Scene () was only available for the stage so one had to have:
  
 
On the sprite:
 
On the sprite:

Revision as of 19:19, 19 February 2014

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Start Scene ()
Start scene.png
Category Events
Type Stack
Introduced in 2.0 Alpha
Removed in 2.0 Alpha

The Start Scene () block was an Event block and a Stack block. This block was similar to Broadcast (), because they both fired a user-driven event to start an action. The broad block was available for all sprites, while its alternative, Switch to Scene () which was only available for the stage. They have both been replaced by Switch Backdrop to () which is available for all sprites and the stage.

Workaround

Due to the fact that the Switch to Scene () block worked identically to the broadcast block, the block could simply be replaced with the other. However, Switch to Scene () was only available for the stage so one had to have:

On the sprite:

broadcast [switch to scene meadow v]

On the stage:

when I receive [switch to scene meadow v]
switch to scene [meadow v]

See Also

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