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Clone Startup
2.0 Clone Startup.png
Category Control
Type Hat
Introduced in 2.0

The Clone Startup block is a control block and a Hat block. It activates in a clone when it gets created.

In Scratch 2.0, this is the only Hat block in the Control Palette; all the others are in Events.

Example Uses

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Clones are often meant to do an action when created, rather than waiting for a different event. Some of such actions include:

  • Position a clone randomly
clone startup
go to x: (pick random (-240) to (240)) y: (pick random (-180) to (180))

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