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Scratch 2.0: The Free App for Creating and Sharing Projects


<h1>How to Download and Install Scratch 2.0 Offline Editor</h1>


<p>If you love creating games, animations, stories, or art with Scratch, you might want to use the offline editor instead of the online version. The offline editor allows you to work on your projects without an internet connection, and it also has some features that are not available online.</p>


<p>Scratch is a free programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations. It is designed for kids aged 8 to 16, but anyone can use it to learn and have fun.</p>




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<p>In this article, we will show you how to download and install the Scratch 2.0 offline editor on your Windows or macOS computer. We will also show you how to use it, how to update it, and how to troubleshoot some common issues.</p>


<h2>Step 1: Download the latest Adobe AIR</h2>


<p>The first thing you need to do is download and install the latest version of Adobe AIR. Adobe AIR is a software that allows you to run applications that are built with web technologies such as HTML, JavaScript, and Flash.</p>


<p>You can download Adobe AIR from . Follow the instructions on the website to install it on your computer.</p>


<h2>Step 2: Download the Scratch 2.0 offline editor</h2>


<p>Next, you need to download the Scratch 2.0 offline editor from . You will see a button that says "Download". Click on it and save the file on your computer.</p>


<h2>Step 3: Run the installer and follow the instructions</h2>


<p>Once you have downloaded the file, you need to run it and follow the instructions on the screen. The installer will guide you through the process of installing the Scratch 2.0 offline editor on your computer.</p>


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<p>When the installation is complete, you will see a shortcut icon on your desktop or in your applications folder. You can double-click on it to launch the Scratch 2.0 offline editor.</p>


<h3>How to Use Scratch 2.0 Offline Editor</h3>


<p>Now that you have installed the Scratch 2.0 offline editor, you can start creating your own projects or opening existing ones.</p>


<h4>How to create a new project or open an existing one</h4>


<p>To create a new project, click on the "File" menu and select "New". You will see a blank stage with a cat sprite in the center.</p>


<p>To open an existing project, click on the " File" menu and select "Open". You will see a dialog box where you can browse your computer and select a Scratch project file (.sb2) to open.</p>


<p>You can also drag and drop a Scratch project file from your computer to the Scratch 2.0 offline editor window to open it.</p>


<h4>How to use the different blocks, sprites, costumes, sounds, and backdrops</h4>


<p>The Scratch 2.0 offline editor has the same interface and features as the online version. You can use the different blocks, sprites, costumes, sounds, and backdrops to create your project.</p>


<p>The blocks are the commands that tell your sprites what to do. You can find them in the blocks palette on the left side of the screen. You can drag and drop them to the scripts area on the right side of the screen. You can also snap them together to form scripts.</p>


<p>The sprites are the characters or objects that you can animate and interact with. You can find them in the sprites list at the bottom of the screen. You can add new sprites by clicking on the "Choose sprite from library" button, the "Paint new sprite" button, or the "New sprite from camera" button. You can also import sprites from your computer by clicking on the "Upload sprite from file" button.</p>


<p>The costumes are the different appearances of your sprites. You can find them in the costumes tab above the scripts area. You can add new costumes by clicking on the "Choose costume from library" button, the "Paint new costume" button, or the "New costume from camera" button. You can also import costumes from your computer by clicking on the "Upload costume from file" button.</p>


<p>The sounds are the noises or music that you can play in your project. You can find them in the sounds tab above the scripts area. You can add new sounds by clicking on the "Choose sound from library" button or the "Record new sound" button. You can also import sounds from your computer by clicking on the "Upload sound from file" button.</p>


<p>The backdrops are the backgrounds of your stage. You can find them in the backdrops tab above the stage area. You can add new backdrops by clicking on the "Choose backdrop from library" button, the "Paint new backdrop" button, or the "New backdrop from camera" button. You can also import backdrops from your computer by clicking on the "Upload backdrop from file" button.</p>


<h4>How to save and export your project</h4>


<p>To save your project, click on the "File" menu and select "Save". You will see a dialog box where you can name your project and choose a location to save it on your computer. Your project will be saved as a Scratch project file (.sb2).</p>


<p>To export your project, click on the "File" menu and select "Export this Project". You will see a dialog box where you can choose a format to export your project as. You can export your project as an HTML file (.html), which you can open in a web browser, or as an Adobe AIR file (.air), which you can run as an application.</p>


<h5>How to Update Scratch 2.0 Offline Editor</h5>


<p>To update your Scratch 2.0 offline editor, you need to download and install the latest version from . The installer will overwrite your existing version with the new one.</p>


<p>You can also check for updates manually by clicking on the "Help" menu and selecting "Check for Updates". If there is a newer version available, you will see a message that prompts you to download and install it.</p>


<h6>Other Versions of Scratch</h6>


<p>If you want to use other versions of Scratch, you can download and install them from . Here are some of the options:</p>


<ul>


<li>Scratch 1.4: This is an older version of Scratch that runs on Adobe Flash Player. It has fewer features than Scratch 2.0, but it is compatible with older computers and operating systems.</li>


<li>Scratch app for Windows: This is an app that allows you to use Scratch 3.0 offline on Windows 10 devices.</li>


<li>Scratch app for macOS: This is an app that allows you to use Scratch 3.0 offline on macOS devices.</li>


<li>Scratch app for ChromeOS: This is an app that allows you to use Scratch 3.0 offline on Chromebooks.</li>


<li>Scratch app for Android: This is an app that allows you to use Scratch 3.0 offline on Android tablets.</li>


</ul>


<h7>Known Issues with Scratch 2.0 Offline Editor</h7>


<p>There are some known issues with the Scratch 2.0 offline editor that you might encounter. Here are some of them and how to fix them:</p>


<ul>


<li>Crashing: The Scratch 2.0 offline editor might crash or freeze sometimes, especially when using graphic effects, video sensing, or large projects. To prevent this, you can try to reduce the number of sprites, costumes, sounds, and scripts in your project, or use a newer computer with more memory and processing power.</li>


<li>Graphic effects: The Scratch 2.0 offline editor might not display some graphic effects correctly, such as ghost, fisheye, whirl, or pixelate. To fix this, you can try to update your graphics card driver, or use a different computer with a better graphics c


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