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- The order of teh blocks has been rearranged. This is annoying, since a lot of users were used to what the order was in Scratch 2.0.
- Events Blocks are the color of the Scratch 2.0 Control Blocks, and control blocks are a bit lighter than the old events blocks
- More Blocks has been renamed My Blocks, and is a shade of light red. This is the most important feature of Scratch, and you should make sure to use it.
Click on a block to learn more about it!
- New Paint Editor and Sound Editor
- Pen, Video Sensing, and Music blocks are now extensions
- You can now make and play projects on tablets and play them on phones, but currently you cannot edit projects on mobile phones
- Several extra options for the “touching ()?” boolean, including “any edge”, “mouse-position”, and “left edge”
- Different fonts: Sans Serif (thin Helvetica), Serif (Times), Handwriting, Marker, Curly, Pixel, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean
- The vector paint editor is now the default editor
- The Video Sensing blocks is an extension
- New extensions: Text to Speech, Translate, Micro:bit, and Lego Mindstorms EV3
- Internet Explorer will not be a supported browser
- PicoBoard and LEGO WeDo 1.0 are not supported
- The addition of a pause button like in Phosphorus and Sulfurous
Scratch 3.0 was released on January 10, 2019.
The following users have created notable projects in Scratch 3.0: