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Not only does a hardcore world not delete with the hardcore death screen deletion button (
MC-30646), but additionally the world continues to run behind the UI. You get dropped to the title screen, but can hear the game sounds and music. You can also see the world still running on a second deletion confirmation screen. And even after the apparently successful second deletion action, the world is still not deleted.
- Create singleplayer hardcore world
- Die in your hardcore world
- Choose "Delete world" on the death screen (not "Spectate world")
- Get dropped back to title screen
→ Notice the game sounds continue, as if your world is still running
- Choose singleplayer and view list of worlds
→ Observe that the hardcore world is not deleted, as per
- Highlight hardcore world and choose delete
- On confirmation screen ("forever is a long time!"), confirm deletion
→ Notice that you can see your world still running in the background here, as well as hear it. Instead of the expected dirt texture background
- Get dropped back to singleplayer world list
→ Observe that hardcore world is not on the list, indicating (apparently) that it was deleted successfully.
- Hit escape (don't click the cancel button with mouse cursor)
Go to title screen. Hardcore world remains deleted.
Get kicked back into your hardcore world, facing once again the choice to delete or spectate. The first time I arrived here, I chose to spectate and my world was full of chunks that wouldn't load, and the game crashed with a memory overflow shortly, indicating maybe some part of the deletion was successful. On subsequent attempts, spectator mode worked fine, with no crashes, in the supposedly deleted world. Hitting delete at this screen will repeat the loop without deleting the world.
Note that hitting the escape key on the world select screen should probably behave the same as clicking the cancel button. That they behave differently may be another bug.
Code analysis can be found in this comment