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  1. Minecraft (Bedrock codebase)
  2. MCPE-169311

Building straight up pushes player off the block, causing fall


    • Icon: Bug Bug
    • Resolution: Duplicate
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    • 1.19.73
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    • Unconfirmed
    • Windows

      This bug has existed for over a year and only seems to be getting worse.

      When building upwards in a single block tower, eventually (especially when going fast) the game will experience what is presumably a lag. It thinks you are one block lower than you visually are and since there has already been a block placed in that spot, you are pushed to the side, causing you to fall.

      Steps To Reproduce:

      1. Take full blocks in hand
      2. Jump up and place blocks right under player, building upwards

      Observed Results:
      After a while (faster when building up quickly) you will be pushed to the side, off the built tower.

      Expected Results:
      Building upwards causes no issues of falling when not moving in any direction but up/down (jumping).

      This happens less when taking a short break after each jump, but this makes the process significantly slower and does not fully prevent the issue.

      Experienced this issue since 1.17, possibly earlier.

            luciferherself Lucifer
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