Affects Version/s: Minecraft 15w36d, Minecraft 15w37a, Minecraft 15w38a, Minecraft 15w40a, Minecraft 15w41b, Minecraft 15w42a, Minecraft 15w43a, Minecraft 15w43b, Minecraft 15w44a, Minecraft 15w46a, Minecraft 15w47a, Minecraft 15w47b, Minecraft 15w47c, Minecraft 15w49a, Minecraft 15w50a, Minecraft 15w51b, Minecraft 16w02a, Minecraft 16w03a, Minecraft 16w04a, Minecraft 16w05a, Minecraft 16w05b, Minecraft 16w06a, Minecraft 16w07a, Minecraft 16w07b, Minecraft 1.9 Pre-Release 1, Minecraft 1.9, Minecraft 1.9.1 Pre-Release 1, Minecraft 1.9.2, Minecraft 1.9.3, Minecraft 1.9.4, Minecraft 16w20a, Minecraft 1.10, Minecraft 1.10.2, Minecraft 16w32b, Minecraft 16w33a
At noon (time 6000), the clock spins once, under certain conditions.
Slow way, no /time commands
- Start a world, /give yourself a clock.
- Allow 5 minutes to pass, without advancing /time.
- You won't see the clock spin at the first noon.
- Allow 20 more minutes to pass, without advancing /time.
- The clock will spin around at any noontime after the first noon.
- Start a world, /give yourself a clock,
- /time set noon
- I reproduced this most reliably when I started near noontime. I couldn't tell you how near to noon is close enough to trigger this 100%, but setting to noon definitely works.
- Close out of Minecraft entirely, relaunch, and open that world again.
- /time set 5900
- .. or any full day after: 29900, 53900, etc
- it spins to get to this time, but this is not the bug.
- The clock will spin around at noontime.
If you play around and issue too many /time commands, such as /time set day, the spinning at noon can stop happening – unless you relaunch Minecraft, then you can make it happen again.
Wasn't happening in 1.8.8, but started happening in the first 1.9 snapshots.
Possibly related to
MC-83905 where the compass spins when the player faces south.