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Flying with elytra while inside or near blocks produces their step sounds.
It seems quite bizarre that footstep sounds can be produced while flying with elytra because the player isn't actually stepping inside or near blocks, therefore one would expect no footstep sounds to be produced.
Steps to Reproduce:
- Summon a large area of trapdoors by using the command provided below.
/fill ~1 ~15 ~1 ~50 ~15 ~50 minecraft:oak_trapdoor[half=top]
- Equip elytra and obtain some firework rockets.
- Fly underneath the line of trapdoors using the elytra and as you do this, listen closely.
- Take note as to whether or not flying with elytra while inside or near blocks produces their step sounds.
Stepping sounds are produced.
No stepping sounds would be produced.
MC-128994 Gliding in a block produces its step sound
- is duplicated by
MC-198927 Using an elytra to fly less than one block over land generates the Footsteps sound
MC-233767 flying through light blocks with elytra makes walking sound
- relates to
MC-256421 Using tridents enchanted with riptide while inside, near, or on top of blocks produces their step sounds