184.108.40.206 Preview, 220.127.116.11 Beta, 18.104.22.168 Preview, 22.214.171.124 Beta, 1.18.12 Hotfix, 1.18.30
Gravity blocks don't fall when placed on replaceable blocks.
For example, if you need to put sand on the grass, for this you will need to place 2 blocks next to each other and place a block with gravity above the grass, aiming at one (upper) of the placed blocks. This is also described and fixed with the snow layer in
All blocks that can break when blocks with gravity fall on them are affected (except snow, starting from the version 126.96.36.199 Preview, 188.8.131.52 Beta).
- tall grass
- large fern
- sea grass
- tall seagrass
- glow lichen
- warped roots
- crimson roots
- nether sprouts
- dead bush
- structure void
Steps to reproduce:
- Place any block that can break when a gravity block falls on it or that can be replaced with another block (eg Dead Bush).
- Place 2 blocks side by side (if you used for example Tall Grass place 3 blocks).
- Aiming on the topmost placed block, place above the replaceable block, the block that has gravity.
The block did not fall.
The block should fall and break the block underneath it (as in the java version and as with the snow layer from version 184.108.40.206/220.127.116.11).
Java Minecraft 1.18.2 - 2022-03-07 23-05-56.mp4
Bedrock Minecraft Preview 2022-03-07 23-04-54.mp4