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Dies ist das Glossar der 'Scratch Begriffe. Es listet in alphabetischer Reihenfolge viele Wörter auf, die irgendwie in Beziehung zu Scratch stehen, von Website bis zum Programm.


  • Advanced Topics — Eine Unterkategorie der Kategorie About Scratch des Scratch-Forums, beinhaltet Threads für alle technischen und fortgeschrittenen Scratch-Features
  • All About Scratch — Siehe auch: Questions About Scratch
  • AnimationProjekte die animierte Objekte beinhalten
  • Announcements — Eine Unterkategorie der Kategorie Welcome des Scratch-Forums, beinhaltet Ankündigungen und News rund um Scratch
  • Answer — Zu deutsch: Antwort; Ein Werte-Block der den Wert dessen zurückgibt, das dem Frage () und warte Block geantwortet wurde
  • Archived Forums — Zu deutsch: Archivierte Foren; Foren, die nicht mehr aktiv (offen) sind, aber trotzdem noch frei einsehbar sind
  • Argument — Eine Eingabe in einen Block



  • C Block — A block that fits stack blocks inside it
  • Cap Block — A block which ends a script or project
  • Clutter — A website that allows users to put Scratch projects together like a slideshow
  • Code — See Skript
  • Collab Challenge — A challenge given by the Scratch team for who can create the best collaboration project using a set of 3 sprites given by them
  • Collab Camp — A recurring activity by the Scratch team where Scratchers are given a theme to make a collaborative project
  • Collaboration — Could refer to:
    • Collaboration (group) — A group of Scratchers who work together to create a projects or projects
    • Collaboration (forum) — A forum dedicated to collaborating on Scratch projects
  • Community ModeratorUsers who moderate the Scratch Forums
  • Compression, Compressing — Reducing the file size of a project
  • Control Block — A block that either starts a script or keeps a script running See Also: Trigger Block



  • Educators — An archived forum, that was used by educators to discuss the teaching of Scratch
  • Extension, Scratch Extension — An object or program that can be used in conjunction with Scratch


  • FAQ — Could refer to:
    • [[|Häufig Gestellte Fragen|Frequently Asked Questions]] — A page on the Scratch Wiki devoted to frequently asked questions about Scratch
    • FAQ (Forum) — A forum devoted to frequently asked questions about Scratch
    • Scratch FAQ — An FAQ page about Scratch
  • Flag — Could refer to:
  • Flash Player — The new online player
  • Forever — A function in Scratch that repeats a set of code forever, done by the Forever block
  • Forum — Could refer to:
    • Advanced Topics — See under A
    • All About Scratch — See under A
    • Announcements — See under A
    • Archived Forums — See under A
    • Collaboration — See under C
    • FAQ — See under F
    • Language Forums — See under L
    • Miscellaneous — See under M
    • New Scratch Members — See under N
    • Project Ideas — See under P
    • Requests — See under R
    • Scratch Forums — See under S
    • Sensor Boards — See under S
    • Show and Tell — See under S
    • Suggestions — See under S
    • Text-based Games Forum — See under T
    • Troubleshooting — See under T
  • Front page — The main page of the Scratch website,


  • Gallery — A place where users can place multiple projects into an accessible group
  • Game Project — A project that is designed to be an amusement or pastime, and has a specific purpose to achieve
  • Gobo — Ein bekanntes Scratch Maskottchen
  • Green Flag — Ein Knopf zum Starten von Projekten


  • Hat Block — A block that starts any script
  • Hide — A feature in Scratch which completely hides a sprite from the screen



  • Kaj — An inactive user who, after getting upset about not receiving enough views on his/her projects, threatened to hack some Scratchers' accounts and thus was banned
  • Kurator — Every two weeks, a new curator is chosen, who is a user that picks projects to be on the Front Page


  • Language Forums — A group of forums where Scratchers can discuss Scratch in other languages and the translation of the Scratch interface and website
  • List — Called an 'array' in most programming languages, this holds lots of strings
  • List Block — A block which controls a list
  • Locking Downloads — An idea that some Scratchers want to be implemented, which disallows a project from being downloaded
  • Looks Block — A block which controls how a sprite or the stage looks


  • Meme — A project that is intended to be adapted when it is passed from person to person
  • Mesh — A way of connecting two or more Scratch projects with each other over a LAN (Local Area Network)
  • Messages and Notifications — Messages a user gets
  • MIDI — Stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, it allows notes to be played within Scratch using some of the sound blocks
  • Miscellaneous — A forum where Scratchers can discuss subjects that have little or no relevance to Scratch
  • Motion Block — A block which controls a sprite's movement
  • Motor Block — A block which controls a motor from a LEGO Education WeDo Robotics Kit
  • My Stuff Page — A Scratcher's profile page



  • Operator Block — A block that performs math functions and string handling


  • Panther — Eine beliebte Scratch Modifikation
  • Pen — A feature in Scratch, which allows things to be drawn on the screen
  • Pen Block — A block which controls the pen
  • PicoBoard — A board that allows Scratch to interact with the outside world
  • Platformer — A video game genre characterized by jumping to and from suspended platforms or over obstacles
  • Presentation Mode — Viewing a project offline in fullscreen mode
  • Project Ideas — A forum for requesting ideas for projects


  • Questions About Scratch — Eine Unterkategorie der Kategorie About Scratch des Scratch-Forums, beinhaltet Fragen rund um Scratch. Siehe auch: All About Scratch


  • Richtung — Gibt an, in welche Richtung das Objekt zeigt
  • Report Button, the — A tool in the Scratch Forums used for bringing a post to a moderator's attention
  • Reporter Block — A block which reports a value, determined by the content of the block
  • Requests — A forum for requesting scripts, sprites, etc. for use in projects
  • Remix — Ein Projekt eines Scratchers, das durch einen anderen weiterbearbitet und wiederveröffentlicht wurde


Due to the large number of terms beginning with 'S' this section has been split into two different sections: terms beginning with the word "Scratch" and others.

S — Scratch

  • Scratch — Eine Drag'n'Drop Programmiersprache der Lifelong Kindergarten Group am MIT
  • Scratch 2.0 — The next version of Scratch, not released yet
  • Scratch Board — See PicoBoard
  • Scratch Cat — Scratch's mascot and default sprite. See Gobo.
  • ScratchEd — A website for educators using Scratch; not to be confused with "Scratched" (below)
  • Scratched — A project that is an attempted replica of another game, etc. eg. "Pac-man Scratched"; not to be confused with "ScratchEd" (above)
  • Scratcher — Somebody who programs with Scratch and/or uses the Scratch website
  • Scratch Extension — See Extension
  • Scratch FAQ — A list of Frequently Asked Questions about Scratch
  • Scratch Forums — The main forums on the Scratch Website
  • Scratching, to Scratch — A verb meaning 'to program with Scratch'
  • Scratch Olympics — A competition where Scratchers from different countries compete to make the best projects
  • Scratch On! — A phrase coined by the Scratch Team, and used by themselves and some moderators (although has been adapted by other Scratchers as well), meaning "keep using Scratch"
  • ScratchR — The platform that the website is built on, created by andresmh
  • Scratch Suggestions — A site for suggesting ideas to be implemented in Scratch 2.0 or the website
  • Scratch Team — The team that developed and still work on Scratch and the Scratch Website
  • Scratch Time — The name given to the timezone (-05 EST) that is used in the display of dates in the Scratch Forums
  • Scratch War — A 'war' between lots of gallery-based RPGs
  • Scratch Wiki — Ein Wiki mit Themen rund um Scratch (siehe Scratch-Wiki:Über)siehe Wiki

S — Other

  • Scroller — A project that uses scrolling
  • Scrolling (sprites) — The action of sliding sprites across the Stage
  • Simulation — A kind of project which attempts to recreate or model a real-life circumstance, such as a simulation of balls bouncing
  • Sensing Block — A block that detects something, from a sound from a microphone to whether a sprite is touching a certain color
  • Sensor Board — See PicoBoard
  • Sensor Boards — A forum for discussing sensor boards
  • Show and Tell — A forum for telling other people about your projects
  • Sig — Shortened version of "signature"
  • Signature — A block of text and/or images created by the user, that appears below their forum post
  • Snap!— The new name for the Scratch Modification BYOB.
  • Sound Block — A block which controls either a MIDI Instrument or sound
  • Sprite — An object in Scratch which performs functions controlled by scripts
  • Stack Block — A block that performs actions within Scratch
  • Stage — The background of a project, performs functions through scripting
  • Sticky — A forum thread that is "stuck" at the top of its forum
  • String — A series of keyboard characters, which can be help in reporter blocks, variables or lists
  • Suggestions — A forum for making suggestions about the Scratch program or website See Also: Scratch Suggestions
  • Squeak — The environment in which Scratch runs and is programmed in




  • Waffles — Ein beliebter nonsens Tag für Projekte auf de Webseite
  • Wiki — siehe Scratch Wiki
  • Workaround — Eine Möglichkeit, den einen Lösungsansatz (oft Block) durch einen anderen zu ersetzten


  • X-Position — Die Position, an der sich ein Objekt oder die Maus auf der horizontalen Achse befindet


  • Y-Position — Die Position, an der sich ein Objekt oder die Maus auf der vertikalen Achse befindet

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