Affects Version/s: Minecraft 14w29b
Fix Version/s: None
Environment:Windows 7 Home Basic x86
i7-3630qm @2.4GHz / nVidia GeForce GTX 660m (v335.23 WHQL Drivers) / 16GB RAM
Java Build 1.7.0_65-b20
How to trigger:
The bug can be triggered by simply destroying some blocks. That will cause random flickering "ghost blocks" to appear, that can be passed through. Some of them are previously destroyed blocks, and some are ghost flowing water blocks, that can spawn either in the shape of a box, or a waterfall.
It gets worse if the option "Use VBOs" is turned on, but the bug happens regardless of it. The ghost blocks dissapear after toggling that option.
Video settings used:
Smooth Lighting: Maximum
Render Distance: 4 chunks
Advanced OpenGL: Off
Mipmaps level: Off
Also, there are no mods installed.
Below is a video showing the problem (it happens in survival worlds, too, and also while breaking blocks manually). The lag in the video is due to the recording program.
Sorry for my bad english.