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Planned release date


1.10 is an upcoming update to Minecraft with no set release date. It is currently listed on the bug tracker as "Far Future Version - 1.10", and has been mentioned by name by Erik Broes[1] and Nathan Adams[2].

Planned changes[edit | edit source]

Numerical block IDs
  • Limit will get removed[3]
Block states
  • Can now be used in /setblock.[4]
    • For example, to set down a block of blue wool, it will be /setblock ~ ~ ~ blue_wool instead of /setblock ~ ~ ~ minecraft:wool 11[4]

Planned fixes[edit | edit source]

24 issues fixed
From released versions before 1.10
  • MC-1511 – Anvil can be placed in certain blocks
  • MC-2536 – View distance affects mob spawning
  • MC-4641 – Third level of flowing lava will not create cobblestone when coming into contact with water
  • MC-4890 – Chunks re-send on Death, even when Nearby
  • MC-10186 – Furnace minecarts slow themselves down
  • MC-12000 – The hit-box of corner fences isn't the same as the collision-box!
  • MC-19966 – Fully grown Pumpkin Stems attach to Pumpkin, even if another Stem is already attached.
  • MC-39948 – Blocks only different by data value are not listed separately in statistics
  • MC-40297 – Server-id used in authentication is not a valid SHA-1 hash
  • MC-42269 – Graphical bug with minecart on special rails
  • MC-42387 – Water flowing bug
  • MC-54545 – Render Distance (Client) and View Distance (Server)
  • MC-58119 – Facing value for repeaters is wrong
  • MC-59610 – Cactus has full block hitbox
  • MC-60242 – Some Blockstates not Available in Model Files (variant format only)
  • MC-62104 – Minecart with furnace train bug
  • MC-64836 – Mobs "control" the minecart they are riding
  • MC-69881 – Ender Dragon goes berserk when riding stationary entities and other bosses
  • MC-70848 – Water flows up
  • MC-91315 – shift key to move one stack of item cannot be reconfigured
From the 1.9 development versions
  • MC-84610 – Off hand hotkey doesn't work in inventories
  • MC-91866 – Inconsistent stacking behavior when 1-9 hotkeying out of limited slots
  • MC-91985 – Blazes shoot their passengers and don't have proper AI takeover
  • MC-92875 – Tripwires totally ignore players with high velocity

References[edit | edit source]

  1. “@MJLaukala After 1.9 comes 1.10 :)” – @Dinnerbone, Jul 28, 2015
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