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This article or section documents the current version of Scratch (version 3.0). For this article in Scratch 2.0, see Edit Menu (2.0).
The edit menu.

The Edit Menu is a drop down menu in the Scratch Editor. It is located on the top-left of the Scratch Editor. Two features can be accessed in the Edit Menu: Restore, and Turbo Mode.



If the project has one or more recently-deleted sprites, backdrops, costumes, or sounds, this button can restore them, which recovers the deleted asset. Once it is clicked, recently deleted assets will be restored in their usual spot.

Turbo Mode

Main article: Turbo Mode

Turbo Mode is another feature that makes the project not pause very briefly after running blocks that update the screen. Turbo Mode is useful for programs that need to be fast, such as ones that do complex rendering. However, it can break projects such as animations that rely on timings. Turbo Mode can also be entered by pressing ⇧ Shift and the Green Flag simultaneously. However, if one is on a mobile device that does not have keys, they must use the Edit menu to activate Turbo Mode.

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