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This article or section documents an outdated version of Scratch (version 2.0). For this article in the current version (version 3.0), see Error (3.0).
This article is about the error which is shown when a project loads. For other uses, see Error (disambiguation).
The error

An error in the Scratch program is shown when a project has failed to load. This error can appear in both the project page and the editor. There is an "OK" button that closes the dialog.

Examples of Error Causes

Network problems, like suddenly disconnecting from the Internet, can cause this error and may be fixed by reloading. In other cases, the project may break, and an error will be always shown when trying to access it. In other times, the project can be overloaded.

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