There seems to be a few significant bugs in the RoboScratch plug in for v2016.01.31.00
1. Let's say the script is larger than the workspace on the screen. It requires some scrolling to the right and downwards. If you save and reload it, the scroll bars aren't there. Therefore you cannot edit any of the commands outside of the current view because you can't scroll around to see it. Switching to source code view displays all of the code.
2. If you Start the program when some of the program is not visible on screen as in (1), RoboScratch only executes what is on screen. Starting the program in source code view will execute the entire program.
3. If you happen to add some elements, the scroll bars appear again but when you scroll (especially to the right or to the left) the rendering of the lines is messed up. If you try to run it in the workspace mode with the line rendering screwed up, the software gives you some execution errors and it only executes the blocks that are visible on screen. Again, running it in source code view seems is fine. No errors.
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I will remove the RoboScratch plugin entirely right now so there is no further confusion.
You will find information and introduction to using RoboScratch in the activities section of the Learn section: http://www.ez-robot.com/Tutorials/Course/6
If so - ability to scroll has been removed on the next version. I do not believe that is in the current version. In the latest version (which i believe is scheduled for this weekend), will not allow you to scroll elements off the screen and no scrollbars are ever visible.
***EDIT*** I will re-phrase... What I meant to say is wait until you start scripting, much more fun is to be had....
I'm also a fan of using RoboScratch more than programming for quick stuff.
For example there is no way to edit the source code to slow down the servo movements.