#1
ok so i know that scales can go both vertically and horizontally (kinda, you know what i mean im sure) on the fretboard...i was just messing around and found a scale i think that goes up and down the fretboard lengthwise but i was wondering if someone could put a name to it for me and give me the whole scale...thanks!

it was on the 4th string with these notes:

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-----4---5---7---9----10---12-----
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...it prolly goes more half/whole steps in both directions but i havent finished playin with it yet. thanks again hope someone knows what im talking about lol
#2
It's G major, or F# Locrian if you want to consider F# the root. Personally, I consider the root the note to where the ear is drawn, which in this case is G. I'm almost using the F# as a pickup note.

Anyway, tabbing out the entire scale for you would be an utter waste of my time, so I will just tell you that the scale contains the notes G A B C D E F#. You can play any of those notes anywhere and still be "in scale."