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Scratch 2.0 Game Development HOTSHOT by Sergio van Pul, Jessica Chiang

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Saving and loading projects

When we've done a lot of work on a project, it's a good thing to save it so that we don't lose our progress. This also allows us to continue work later.

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The good news is that the online Scratch environment saves your progress automatically to the server. So even when we don't take any action ourselves, it's unlikely that we will lose a lot of work. But it can still be useful to save manually as well because the bad news is that Scratch doesn't save different versions. While auto-saving the last saved file, it is overwritten. This can become a problem if you've worked along a path that turns out to be a dead end, or if you (want to) have several variations on a project. In these cases, it's a good idea ...

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