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  1. Minecraft: Java Edition
  2. MC-3901

Redstone repeater -> wire affecting piston ticks

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    • Bug
    • Resolution: Duplicate
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    • Minecraft 1.4.5
    • None
    • superflat (redstone ready), vanilla Minecraft, 64-bit java, 64-bit windows 7.
    • Unconfirmed
    • Creative

    Description

      Changing the redstone repeater marked on attached picture into redstone wire makes piston in the middle extend 2 times as 1-tick pulse. When using repeater the piston extends only once as 2-tick pulse like it's supposed to.

      This is 2-tick detector, so output should give short pulse only at 2-tick pulse. When piston extends twice as 1-tick pulse, torch gives out 3-tick pulse instead of 2-ticks, which the torch detects and unintended behavior happens.

      EDIT: Also, when using clock instead of "redstone dust->solid block on sticky piston pointing upwards->repeater" pulse generator, the whole system doesn't work as intended. Although, if clock is 1-tick pulse, and the repeater marked on attachment is set to 2-ticks, this works again.

      EDIT 2: This seems to be directional bug, sending power from the left side via wire seems to work.

      EDIT 3: http://youtu.be/aB38AwJhYD4

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              baabenchier Markus Kangasniemi
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