Simple extension to include an option on Scratch player pages to use the Phosphorus player.
This is a simple extension that adds an switch on Scratch (https://scratch.mit.edu/) player pages (pages for projects, which are of the format https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/[project id]), such as https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/10000007/) that allows the use of the Phosphorus renderer (or other Scratch renderers) instead of the default Flash renderer. The source code is hosted on Github at https://github.com/thepeanutman98/Phosphorate If you are making a website and want it to load faster, try OptiPic. They automatically compress all the images on your website with an easy-to-use interface. Use the link https://optipic.io/en/?my_coupon=90j9PaUisXkMcWe3LCRKFjOfSXpC9Y1a or use the offer code 90j9PaUisXkMcWe3LCRKFjOfSXpC9Y1a at sign-in to get 5-10% off, and support further development of extensions like these! Note: Phosphorus can be found at https://phosphorus.github.com and was made by Nathan Dinsmore. Phosphorate was not developed by any of the developers of Phosphorus. Phosphorate simply uses the Phosphorus player. The same is true for the Sulfurous player.
- (2018-04-01) Duncan Gibson: its ok i guess
- (2017-07-23) DA STUPID GUY: I LUV DIS eXNWESION
- (2019-01-07, v:1.1.2) Sean Tipton: Update this so it will work on scratch 3.0
Because scratch updated this extension does not work