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Update by Mega_Spud:
Falling blocks such as sand will break even when landing on blocks that have a full height hitbox, such as hoppers, upturned stairs, or top-half slabs.
Steps to Reproduce:
- Place sand a few blocks above an upturned stair block
The sand will break and drop as an item as it hits the stair block.
I expected the sand to fall and land as a block, not drop as an item.
Screenshots/Videos attached: Yes
List of blocks that cause the falling entity to break, that do not in Java:
- Stair blocks (any orientation)
- Top-half slabs
- Shulker Box
- Iron Bars
- Glass Pane
- Trapdoors (iron and wooden)
- Normal Glass
- Stained Glass
- Ice (not packed ice)
=Fixed in 1.16
(Also happens on the following, but for a different reason: These blocks have collision box heights that are > 1 block, which would cause the gravity block to become a stuck falling block if they didn't break. Thanks to yusufulus for pointing this out.)
- Cobblestone (and other) walls
Additional info by Auldrick:
"Gravity block" as used here means any of the following blocks:
- Concrete Powder
- Dragon Egg
- Red Sand
Although Scaffolding and Top Snow also fall under the influence of gravity, they behave very differently from the above and are reported in other tickets.
Gravity blocks are broken when they are falling on non-full blocks (wooden fences, slabs, stairs, cobblestone walls (mossy and regular) daylight sensors, end portal frame, cake, enchanting table, grasspath, hoppers, cauldrons, and hoppers). Galaxy tab 4
- is duplicated by
MCPE-29374 la arena se rompe al caer sobre un bloque que no conduce electricidad
MCPE-53594 Falling blocks break on upper facing slabs
MCPE-64362 Sand breaks when falling on glass
MCPE-95926 Sand breaking on upside down stairs
MCPE-119434 Sand gets destroyed on fence instead of landing on it
- relates to
MCPE-18900 Sand, gravel, and concrete powder will drop as an item on certain blocks that it shouldn't such as pistons.
MCPE-40407 Can't place scaffolding on certain full-size blocks
MCPE-95785 Sand disappears when torch is placed under it
MCPE-134644 Falling blocks can break when landing on each other