Welcome to the Scratch Wiki!
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Here's your first stop: the "Welcome" tutorial.


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Bigpuppy Logo.png bigpuppy talk ▪︎ contribs 00:33, 6 April 2018 (UTC)



Hello! Welcome to the English Scratch Wiki, -Artemis. Congratulations on joining us! I'm bigpuppy. If you have any questions or would just like to chat, feel free to leave a comment on my talk page. Have fun editing!

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Bigpuppy Logo.png bigpuppy talk ▪︎ contribs 00:33, 6 April 2018 (UTC)


Kenny2scratch logo.jpgWelcome to the Scratch Wiki! I look forward to the useful edits you'll make and hope you'll have fun here. If you have any questions, feel free to ask me on my talk page, where you can talk about the Wiki, get my help with templates, or even ask personal questions, and more! If you need quick help with wiki markup, take a look at Scratch Wiki:Cheatsheet. You might want to go to Category:Articles to Expand to find pages that need editing. I get my inspiration from Special:RecentChanges however, so looking at that helps too. See you around, -Artemis;

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02:25, 6 April 2018 (UTC)


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Welcome to the English Scratch Wiki!

Hello and welcome to the English Scratch wiki, -Artemis! I’m hellounicorns2. We all hope you make many great edits! If you need any help or just feel like a chat you can always go to my talk page! I also find that the Community Portal is very helpful. I can’t wait to see the amazing edits I’m sure you’ll make! That’s all for now, Scratch On!

Hellounicorns2 (talk | contribs) 10:33, 6 April 2018 (UTC)



All Aboard!

Hai! Hello and welcome to the English Scratch wiki, -Artemis! I’m asqwde. First of all I would like to say congrats on getting accepted. Welcome to the community!
If you need help with the wiki here is a link to a cheat sheet :) It explains different tools that will help you on the wiki and I hope you find it useful. I know I had many questions when I joined so if you have any questions, don’t be scared to ask on my talk page or on the Community Portal.

That’s all for now, Wiki On!

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I didn't realise you were a wiki editor! I see you everywhere - like déjà vu!
RPP-Exploration (talk | contribs) 19:39, 27 April 2018 (UTC)

A quick introduction to talk pages

Hey. Welcome to the wiki. Just seeing Recent Changes, you said you haven't figured how to use talk pages yet. Here's a quick introduction.

Creating a new topic

Creating a new topic is pretty useful if you want to talk about a page, notify a user, or discuss the wiki in general. If the page is in mainspace, prepend the title with Talk:. If the main page is in any other namespace, before the colon, place _talk - this will let MediaWiki know you want to view and edit a talk page, which is the way of talking on the wiki. To create a new topic, for vector, click add topic at the top of the page. For ScratchWikiSkin, which is likely in your case, click the pencil at the top and click add topic. When you're at that page, enter a subject. That's just a quick summary of the topic. Then click on the blank space to start typing. Unlike Scratch, there is no character limit. Remember to end your message with ~~~~. After finishing your message and signing your post, click save changes.

Replying to a message

When you see a message you wish to reply to (protected pages are excluded in this case), click edit (it's on a black line - the same line as the topic title, which the message is in). For as many colons there are in the previous message, copy the amount and add one. You can then type your message. No space is needed between the colons and the space. If your auto corrector is auto-correcting the colon and message by including a space between the colon and the message, undo it. Finally, sign your message by adding ~~~~ to the end of your message, and you're done.

Hope I helped!

I forgot something.


Welcome to the Scratch Wiki!

Welcome to the Scratch Wiki!
Hi -Artemis and welcome to the Scratch Wiki! I'm banana439monkey (or Banana for short) and, however inactive I am, I'm an experienced wikian. Outside of the wiki, I'm a maker who makes projects either out of curiosity or for the sake of the end user and with them in mind (after all, the end user is why I do what I do). The wiki's a welcoming place full of friendly and helpful Scratchers who are eager to see what edits you make! If you need help, you can always ask me, although given my activity, you'd be better off asking on the Community Portal or reading the help pages. Following the welcome tutorial is also a great way of finding your way round the wiki! Anyway, that concludes my grand speech and it's your time to do the unimaginable. Have fun and enjoy your stay!

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16:11, 1 July 2018 (UTC)

Thank you! (am I doing this right?)
-unsigned comment by -Artemis (talk | contribs)
Nope. You replied to the wrong subsection (reply to the bottom one in this case), you forgot to indent, and you forgot to sign your message.
18:44, 1 July 2018 (UTC)
@Banana: that's a bit too blunt! You can't just go "Nope" after they ask whether they're doing it right.
@-Artemis: You almost got it, but banana's right here - for your next reply (if any), just reply at the bottom, add a few colons (:) at the start of each line of your message, and add ~~~~ at the end so we know who posted the message :)
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02:51, 2 July 2018 (UTC)
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