Affects Version/s: Minecraft 18w46a, Minecraft 18w48a, Minecraft 18w48b, Minecraft 18w49a, Minecraft 18w50a, Minecraft 19w12b, Minecraft 19w13b, Minecraft 19w14a, Minecraft 1.14 Pre-Release 2, Minecraft 1.14 Pre-Release 3, Minecraft 1.14 Pre-Release 4, Minecraft 1.14.2, Minecraft 1.14.3 Pre-Release 3, 1.14.4, 19w46b, 1.15.1, 1.15.2 Pre-release 2, 1.15.2
Fix Version/s: None
Some blocks do not use directional opacity like slabs and stairs do. For example, placing a slab on this structure (Screenshot_225.png) in the way this stonecutter is placed would stop light from passing through. As of 18w46a, the stonecutter doesn't have any visible gaps in the model so the same logic should apply (Screenshot_226.png).
Strikethrough implies that this case has been fixed
Stonecutter (Bottom) Lectern (Bottom) Daylight Sensor (Bottom)
- Carpet (Bottom)
Enchantment Table (Bottom) End Portal Frame (Bottom)
- Shulker Box (Bottom and top) 1
- Trapdoors (only the ones without holes in the texture) 2, 3
- Birch / Spruce / Dark Oak Trapdoors
- Wooden doors (only the ones without holes in the texture) 3 (see also
- Hopper (Top)
- Cauldron (Top)
1 - Technically affects the sides as well, though it depends if the shulker box is open or not
2 - Depends on which face the trapdoor is and if it is open or not
3 - Since only variants without hole in the texture would have to behave this way, it is questionable if this is really the desired behavior. In the end the behavior would be texture based and consistency between all variants would be lost.