Affects Version/s: 1.16.40 Hotfix
Fix Version/s: None
- Place horizontally facing piston.
- Place a dirt block next to the piston.
- Next to the dirt block, on the opposite side from the piston, and 1 block up, place another dirt block.
- Use a hoe on the top of the dirt block next to the piston to turn it into farmland.
- Activate the piston.
The farmland turns to turn as soon as it is pushed under the other dirt block.
The farmland does not turn to dirt when pushed under the other dirt block. (It does turn to dirt when the piston retracts.)
Hello Mojang!!! I am writing this to inform you about a bug with farmland updating. When you place a block on top of farmland, it will return to being dirt. However, when you move it with a piston to under a block, it will not turn back into dirt. This does happen, however, in Java edition, so I believe this is an error on the Bedrock's codebase. It would be really useful for secret bases, and other hidden entrances to have this feature in Bedrock. I know this is a very small bug, and might not be worth the time to handle, but I am 100% sure it will make lots of people happy. Thank you, Mojang, for all of the hard work you are doing to help us have the best Minecraft experience possible! Your efforts are not going unnoticed.