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The [[Stop All (block)|Stop All]] block is related to the stop sign (hence the use of the stop sign image); once the block has been reached in a script, the project will end unless it is started again manually, by the clicking of the [[Flag (programming feature)|Flag]], the clicking of a [[sprite]], or a [[When () Key Pressed (block)|When () Key Pressed block.]]
 
The [[Stop All (block)|Stop All]] block is related to the stop sign (hence the use of the stop sign image); once the block has been reached in a script, the project will end unless it is started again manually, by the clicking of the [[Flag (programming feature)|Flag]], the clicking of a [[sprite]], or a [[When () Key Pressed (block)|When () Key Pressed block.]]
 
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File:Stop sign offline.png|The stop sign is clicked in this location when offline.
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File:Stop sign offline.png|The stop sign in Scratch 2.0.
 
File:Stop sign online.png|This is the stop sign as it appeared in the [[Java Player]], circled.
 
File:Stop sign online.png|This is the stop sign as it appeared in the [[Java Player]], circled.
 
File:The stop all block.png|This is how the [[Stop All (block)|stop all block]] used to relate to the stop sign.
 
File:The stop all block.png|This is how the [[Stop All (block)|stop all block]] used to relate to the stop sign.
File:ScratchStartStop.PNG|How the buttons appear on the Scratch 2.0 Player.
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File:ScratchStartStop.PNG|How the buttons appear in Scratch 2.0.
 
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"Stop" redirects here. For the block with "Stop" in its name, see Stop () (block).

The Stop Sign is a button that when clicked stops the running project immediately. It can be clicked at any time during a project.

The Stop All block is related to the stop sign (hence the use of the stop sign image); once the block has been reached in a script, the project will end unless it is started again manually, by the clicking of the Flag, the clicking of a sprite, or a When () Key Pressed block.

Some people mistakenly call it the Red Flag.[1]

Location

The stop sign appears online and offline, as does the flag. It appears on the right of the flag in both places.

References

  1. http://scratch.mit.edu/forums/viewtopic.php?id=57153 Look in "Fixed Glitches", number 10

See Also