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"Heads up! Could not open project" error message when opening project

This is a generic error message, so everyone that gets the error won't have the same problem. However, using the methods described below could help find other problems as well. The project files for ...
David Lechner's user avatar
3 votes

"Heads up! Could not open project" error message when opening project

I figured out how to fix my .lmsp file for my particular case, and I wanted to share here in case it helps some of you. So according to the previous posts, both the .lmsp file and the scratch.sb3 file ...
TechnicAddict's user avatar
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When using Mindstorms Scratch-like development tool for EV3, is it possible to move a single or a few selected blocks somehow?

You have to break the blocks apart in two places so the one(s) you want to move are not attached to anything else. Then move the separated block(s) to where you want them. And finally put everything ...
David Lechner's user avatar
2 votes

Can ScratchJr work with WeDo 2.0?

No, you can use only Scratch 2.0
Vikhyat Agarwal's user avatar
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"Heads up! Could not open project" error message when opening project

How to get an image of a corrupted Spike Prime .llsp file or a corrupted Ev3 Classroom .lmsp file. If you suddenly get the dreaded message of “Heads up! Could not open project” don’t lose hope, there ...
Friendly South African's user avatar
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"Heads up! Could not open project" error message when opening project

I have created a small Lego App Tool kit to fix the problem, until LEGO service team does -> https://legoapptools.azurewebsites.net
Attila Farago's user avatar
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Which is better for youngsters to learn - LEGO Mindstorms for LabVIEW or Scratch?

I have used Scratch and I did use Lego Mindstorms. I would prefer Scratch because its easier to learn the codes and there is way more coding blocks. Just that its a bit harder to connect your robot to ...
Gabriel's user avatar
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Do we need WiFi Dongle to install Scratch on EV3

No. Bluetooth on the computer you are using is necessary but you don't need a wifi dongle for either your computer or the ev3. If you are using the EV3+Scratch extension on scratchx.org, all you need ...
Ian's user avatar
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Can you program Lego Mindstorms with the Scratch programming language?

On macOS, it is officialy supported, with the « New LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Home pre-release software for macOS ». I guess that will soon be the case on windows 🥳
Antoine F.'s user avatar
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Can you program Lego Mindstorms with the Scratch programming language?

Scratch for LEGO Mindstorms EV3 One way is to use the open-source online programming environment Open Roberta Lab: http://lab.open-roberta.org there is also a wiki included for detailed information. ...
thorsten's user avatar

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