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  1. Minecraft (Bedrock codebase)
  2. MCPE-12796

Comparator Output Length too Short



    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Resolution: Cannot Reproduce
    • Affects Version/s: 0.14.0 Beta 1, 0.14.0 Beta 2
    • Fix Version/s: None
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    • Platform:
      Phone - Android - Motorola Moto G


      When a Redstone comparator is used to output a signal from an item frame, the following is supposed to occur:
      Empty Frame = No Signal
      Pos. 1 = Comparator Lights Up, 1 Block Signal
      Pos. 2 = 2 Block Signal
      ...and so on.

      I have noticed that although there is no signal from an empty item frame, there is also no signal from position 1. Further, position 2 gives only a 1 block signal, position 3 gives a 2 block signal, and so on.

      To reproduce the bug:
      1) Place an item frame onto a block and have a Redstone comparator drawing power from the back of the block.
      2) Fill the item frame with an item, and it should not give a signal [BUG]. Turning the item within the item frame will strengthen the signal up to 7 blocks [should be 8], until it returns to position 1, and no longer gives a signal.
      3)This can best be shown by placing 8 Redstone leading from the comparator and placing a Redstone lamp. As the comparator can only reach up to 7 Redstone dust away [BUG], the lamp will never turn on.


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              • Reporter:
                BariSax Joshua McEntire
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