Affects Version/s: Snapshot 13w03a
Fix Version/s: None
Environment:Windows 7 Professional
I was playing with the new Snapshot and found out that a Comparator stops redstone wire even when the redstone wire signal is stronger then the output of the Comparator.
If a redstone singal is stronger then the other incomming redstone signal i would think that the strongest one comes through. This is not the case with a Comparator.
A Comparator stops a stronger redstone signal, even when the Output of the Comparator is weaker than the line where it comes in.
To simulate this bug; http://imgur.com/a/nL3Ua
1: Make a redstone line (max 15 of course).
2: Put a redstone torch on the start of the line and place a Comparator 3 blocks away from the torch facing the redstone line
3: Now make a second line of redstone wire for the Comparator.
4: Put a redstone torch somewhere in the redstone wire of the Comparator (make sure that the output of the Comparator is lower than the incoming redstone wire where the Comparator is facing on).
5: Now you should see that the Output of the Comparator is stopping the redstone power of the redstone torch.