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

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Sharing the backpack feature

Besides sharing entire projects with the community through the Scratch website, it's now also possible to share sprites and scripts between projects easily with the new Backpack feature.

Engage thrusters

Previously, when you wanted to reuse parts of other projects, you'd have to open the old project and either import and adapt it in the new one or manually retrace its steps to recreate the scripts. With the introduction of the Backpack feature, this is no longer necessary.

When you are logged in to your account, you will find the Backpack feature. This is visible in the Scratch editor as a small bar at the bottom. Click the bar to expand the backpack. This opens a field that behaves similarly to the Sprites window. You ...

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