Stop Scratch 3.0 and convert the 2.0 editor to HTML5

Stop Scratch 3.0 and convert the 2.0 editor to HTML5

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Kittens Like Food started this petition to Massachuets Institute of Technology and

Problem
On January 3rd, the Scratch coding editor will recieve the 3.0 update. This has massively changed the editor, added useless new blocks and removed functional old ones, ruined the sound editor and made animating and art extremely hard. With Adobe Flash being ended in 2020, a lot of people claim that this has saved Scratch. While the switch to HTML5 from Flash is good, why was the whole editor revamped, rather than just porting the 2.0 editor into HTML5?

Solution
1.) The Scratch Team must just port the 2.0 editor into HTML5 and completely scrap 3.0,

or:

2.) The Scratch Team must port 2.0 into HTML5, but not discard 3.0 and instead give users a choice of which editor they use.

Personal story
Hello. I’m a Scratcher who goes by the username ‘kittenslikefood’. When I first tried out the 3.0 Beta, I realised many functional parts of the 2.0 editor were removed, but lots of useless blocks were added. Myself, ieb123 and DEEmanDEE all agree, along with many others, that 3.0 must be changed. If nothing is done about it, many of Scratch’s older users will leave, and the new editor seems like it’s aimed at 6-8 year-olds, rather than Scratch’s main demographic 12-16. Also, apparently it runs better on tablets, but why ruin it for the 95% of users using a PC just to accommodate to a tiny percentage of people using touchscreen devices? As well, the offline editor is missing many features and saves files so badly you can't even open them up on the main site. Please sign if you agree that 3.0 must be stopped.
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