When attempting to place the contents of a bucket into a LiquidBlockContainer block that has a replaceable or non-solid-blocking material, the bucket's code does not check if the contained fluid is allowed to be placed in the targeted block, and instead it checks if the bucket contains water.
This results in the bucket being emptied into a block that does not allow other fluids to be placed in it, resulting in the bucket's contents being removed (if in survival) and nothing being placed adjacent to the block like with non-waterloggable blocks or with water-filled waterloggable blocks.
Examples include placing a Water Bucket against Kelp, Kelp Plants, Seagrass, or Tall Seagrass.
- relates to
MC-127110 You can't empty water buckets into waterlogged blocks