Six Scratch troubleshooting tips

Thinking It Through

Troubleshooting is one of my favorite things to do, and I've given you some simplified examples that can help you out in a variety of scenarios that often occur in more complex projects. As you create and troubleshoot your projects, keep this process in mind. Troubleshooting is nothing more than verifying a problem, finding the problem, fixing the problem, and then testing the fix. Repeat the process as needed. Happy Scratchin'.


  1. "Sprite Hunter" by Michael Badger, Raspberry Pi Geek, issue 19, 2016, pg. 88,

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Michael Badger authored the Scratch (1.4 and 2.0) Beginner's Guide series from Packt Publishing. He can be reached at

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