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|Release Date||1.1 — May 2007|
Scratch 1.1 introduced the Cap Block shape. Example of the cap block shape:
stop script:: cap control
This version only featured one new block:
repeat until <>.
The first option for the
<sensor [ v]?:: sensing> was renamed from "button" to "button pressed".
- The menus were changed slightly in this version, mainly with the spacing between them.
- Sample Projects were redone
- The "new cat sprite" button was removed.
- Variables can be put in the Play Sound () and Play Sound () and Wait blocks
- Costume, sound, and broadcast commands are no longer case-sensitive
- A single sprite can now play multiple notes at once (i.e. chords) (previously, a sprite could play only one note at a time)
- You can click to the left or right of the knob on a slider to change the number by a small amount
- In the paint editor, the circle tool now drags out the circle from the top-left instead of the center
- Tags can be added while sharing
- Scratch Cat's default "Meow" sound effect was changed
The updated Control Blocks in Scratch 1.1
The Project Notes dialog in Scratch 1.1 had an area for the username as well
Shift-Click-R in Scratch 1.1 had "show experimental blocks; set single stepping, set MIDI port"
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