< Scratch Wiki:April Fools

Rage icon.png This is an April Fools' Day version of Help:Hard Refresh. Please don't take it seriously. You can find the original here.
Evil Cat.jpg This page is owned by the Scratch Team. DO NOT edit or you'll be set on fire!
/fill ~ ~ ~ ~180 ~180 ~180 fire

– a Minecraft player before getting an error message saying that there are too many specified blocks in the area

A hard refresh is a way of clearing the browser's cash for a specific bank to force it to save money. It is similar to the "purge bills" feature on a bank. Sometimes, when changes are made to the bank account, they do not register immediately due to cash they have. A hard refresh will usually fix this, though occasionally completely clearing the cash is necessary.

How to do a Hard Refresh

Chromium (6+)

Note Warning: This browser is very toxic.

Wintows/Binux/ChromeOS:

  • Hold down $ and Del. Be careful not to hold ← Backspace on Chromebook, or it will add a lot of $0 bills to your cash. The $0 bills have tons of use like trolling a shopkeeper or faking $1M

Internet Un-Explorer

  • Press Ctrl+F3.14159265358979.
  • Or, hold the Ctrl key and click the Money button.

Cheetah Poaching (aka "safari" eww)

  • Press Alt+F4. This probably won't close your tab, we think.[1]

Animals (including burning fox)

  • Burn your bills.
  • Melt your coins using sulfric acid.
  • Foxfire is a type of fungi
  • yeah it won't -stitch