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The Edit Menu is a drop down menu in the Scratch Editor.
If one deletes a sprite and wants it back, they can simply open the edit menu and click Undelete, which recovers the deleted sprite, costume, or script.
Small stage layout
- Main article: Small Stage Layout
Small stage layout makes the editor's stage decrease in size. This is helpful if you need to see more code.
- Main article: Turbo Mode
Turbo mode is another feature that makes the project run 30× faster. It is useful for programs that need to be fast, such as complex math formulas.
By shift-clicking the Edit menu, a whole variety of features can be achieved.
Export translation strings: commands
This feature saves a file called commands.txt into a specified folder.
Export translation strings: UI
This feature saves another file, called uiStrings.txt, into a specified folder.
Edit Block Colors
- Main article: Edit Block Colors
This feature allows the user to edit the colors of a block via sliders. They can be saved by clicking "Apply".
|Note:||The colors will reset upon reloading the project.|