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  1. Minecraft: Java Edition
  2. MC-108184

/fill with blockstates only uses state for one block and not the rest

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    • Resolution: Duplicate
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    • Minecraft 16w39c
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      It seems that when you use /fill with a blockstate rather than a data value, it will only apply the blockstate to the filled blocks with the lowest X coordinate. All others will be filled with their default blockstate. Using data values instead of blockstates works as expected.

      To reproduce: simply run the command /fill ~ ~ ~ ~2 ~ ~2 minecraft:dropper facing=west

      All the blocks with the smallest X coordinates will properly face west, while the others will all face east instead.

      EDIT Some more testing shows if you try it with facing=north, the blocks with the lowest Z coordinate will be facing north while the rest will face south. So perhaps this is an issue specifically with orientable blocks rather than blockstates in general?

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              IceMetalPunk Daniel Burnett
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