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  1. Minecraft: Java Edition
  2. MC-8895

Comparators do not detect items passing through droppers for 1-tick

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    • Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Resolution: Duplicate
    • Snapshot 13w05a
    • None
    • Mac OS X 10.6.8
    • Unconfirmed
    • Creative

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      In snapshot 4a, I was able to generate a 1-tick pulse by using two droppers. The droppers would be facing into each other. By powering 1, then powering the other 1-tick later using a repeater, The second dropper would possess an item for one tick. A comparator could then send a 1-tick pulse, which is a very useful behavior.

      When transferring an item from 1 dropper then back, a comparator should have been able to send a 1-tick pulse.

      In 5a, it seems that items that are deposited and removed within 1-tick are not measured by a comparator.

      You can use a setup similar to the one in the attached image to duplicate this instance. The droppers must be facing each other.

      Something to note; If the attached comparator is measuring the inventory of the dropper with an item already inside, before the circuit is activated, a comparator will blink off for 1-tick; the duration that the item is absent.

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              nomnisang Matthew Carstensen
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