m (Changed location of image)
(added some info)
Line 3: Line 3:
 
[[File:The stop all block.png|thumb|left|This is how the [[Stop All (block)|stop all block]] relates to the stop sign.]]
 
[[File:The stop all block.png|thumb|left|This is how the [[Stop All (block)|stop all block]] relates to the stop sign.]]
 
When clicked, the running [[Project|project]] will stop immediately. It is a commonly used but rather abrupt end to a project, sometimes making [[Scratcher|users]] wonder if it is over.
 
When clicked, the running [[Project|project]] will stop immediately. It is a commonly used but rather abrupt end to a project, sometimes making [[Scratcher|users]] wonder if it is over.
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, either by the clicking of the [[Flag (programming feature)|Flag]] or a key press.
+
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]], pressing the "Enter" key, or a [[When () Key Pressed (block)|When () Key Pressed block.]]
 
==Location==
 
==Location==
 
The stop sign appears online and offline, as does the flag. It appears on the right of the flag in both places.
 
The stop sign appears online and offline, as does the flag. It appears on the right of the flag in both places.
 
[[Category:Scratch Program]]
 
[[Category:Scratch Program]]

Revision as of 22:54, 20 January 2011

The stop sign is clicked in this location when offline.
This is the stop sign as it appears online, circled.

Use

This is how the stop all block relates to the stop sign.

When clicked, the running project will stop immediately. It is a commonly used but rather abrupt end to a project, sometimes making users wonder if it is over. 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, pressing the "Enter" key, or a When () Key Pressed block.

Location

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