Affects Version/s: Minecraft 1.13
Fix Version/s: None
Environment:Java 8 Update 181 build 13
MacBook Pro 2014
Mac OSX 10.10.5
More an annoying glitch, than a bug.
I play an old world (generated with 1.11, updated to 1.12 and now to 1.13, seed 6214752069859396573). I previously visited a stronghold that I found via /locate command, but had not marked visibly (close to coordinates -151, ~, -1414).
When attempting to revisit, the "Eye of Ender" and the /locate command bring me to the coordinates (-232, ~, -1592) suitable for my seed as would be generated in 1.13. I had visited both chunks in question previously, so no new stronghold was actually generated. The 1.13 coordinates are close to the "real" stronghold.
shows the same coordinates as /locate. When selecting 1.9-1.12 as seed version in the stronghold-finder, the coordinates of the "real" stronghold are shown correctly and I was able to find the previously visited stronghold.
As a solution and "feature request": within a distance of 10 blocks, the Eye of Ender and /locate command could point to next Stronghold. To make locating any stronghold easier: if used from a distance of 10-20 blocks, the Eye of Ender could mark the location with a beam of light like the Ender Transit Portals.