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|Glide () Secs to ()|
The Glide () Secs to () block is a Motion Block and a Stack Block that will be included in Scratch 3.0. The block moves its sprite at a steady pace to the specified sprite or the mouse-pointer from a drop-down - this is similar to the sprite in a direction and repeatedly using Move () Steps, but with more precision. The first space is a number input, and the second space can set to a sprite, random position, and mouse-pointer. A downside to the block is that, while gliding, it pauses the script so that nothing else can happen during this time. A glide can only be interrupted by a stopping scripts block, and the If on Edge, Bounce block will fail to work its intended function while a sprite is gliding.
Making a Sprite glide to another sprite
when gf clicked glide (3) secs to [sprite2 v]::motion
Gliding to random positions to create pen lines
when gf clicked pen down set pen color to (pick random (0) to (360)) repeat (50) glide (3) secs to [random position v]::motion
Following a Sprite for a limited time before reaching it
when gf clicked glide (60) secs to [sprite2 v]::motion
The Glide () Secs to X: () Y: () block can be used to get the same effect:
when gf clicked glide (5) secs to x: ([x position v] of [Sprite2 v]) y: ([y position v] of [Sprite2 v])
Move () Steps • Turn () Degrees • Go to () • Go to X: () Y: () • Glide () Secs to () • Glide () Secs to X: () Y: () • Point in Direction () • Point Towards ()• Change X by () • Set X to () • Change Y by () • Set Y to () • If on Edge, Bounce • Set Rotation Style () • X Position • Y Position • DirectionMore blocks...