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  1. Minecraft: Java Edition
  2. MC-72378

Testing for a player's rotation using /execute and /testfor to summon an arrow in one direction causes arrows to summon in the ry positive and facing the ry negative rotations.

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Resolution: Awaiting Response
    • Affects Version/s: Minecraft 1.8
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Labels:
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    • Environment:
      OSX Java 1.6_65 64bit
    • Confirmation Status:
      Community Consensus

      Description

      I have been doing redstone for a project that I started since the 1.8 snapshots. Since the third to last snapshot came out, I started to experience problems with command blocks using the command: "/execute @p[score_Spear_min=6,ry=92,rym=88] ~ ~ ~ /testfor @p[ry=92,rym=88]" which leads a comparator output to a command block doing: "/execute @p[score_Spear_min=6] ~ ~ ~ /summon Arrow ~-1 ~1 ~

      {damage:2.3223,Motion:[-2.50119,0.2100232,0.0]}

      ". There is another command block set next to it with the same commands, except that the ry and the rym are both negative, and the arrow is summoned at ~1 ~1 ~ and a positive motion. When one gets activated, it activates both sets and summon two arrows going in opposite directions.


      From MC-78450:
      The target selectors ry= and rym= appear to be broken. I tested the following target selectors with both @p and @a in both a command block and in the chat bar.

      [ry=-90]
      Applies to targets with Horizontal Rotation greater than 0 or less than -89.0 (including all positive numbers)
      This target selector is supposed to select only targets with a maximum Horizontal Rotation of -90

      [ry=90]
      Applies to targets with Horizontal Rotation between 0.1 to 90.9
      This target selector is supposed to select only targets with a maximum Horizontal Rotation of 90

      rym=90
      Applies to targets with Horizontal Rotation greater than 90.0 or less than 0.1 (including all negative numbers)
      This target selector is supposed to select only targets with a minimum Horizontal Rotation of 90

      rym=-90
      Applies to targets with Horizontal Rotation between 0 and -89.9
      This target selector is supposed to select only targets with a minimum Horizontal Rotation of -90

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                Reporter:
                DreadLux Josh Jaggernauth
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