Observers still produce a double pulse when they detect blocks being moved by a piston. (A related issue was fixed recently, but this issue remains)
Steps to Reproduce:
- Have a sticky piston push and pull a block in front of an observer
Depending on the orientation of the block, the observer will sometimes output a double pulse, instead of one.
The observer should only pulse once as it detects a block moving in front of it.
Screenshots/Videos attached: Yes
Using the examples shown, the Java observer only emits a single pulse when a block is pushed or pulled in front of it.