Java Edition 1.2.5

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Minecraft 1.2.5
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Java Edition

Release date

Pre-release: March 30, 2012
Release: April 4, 2012


Client (.json)
Server (.exe)

Protocol version


Other editions of 1.2.5

1.2.5 is an update to Minecraft (Java Edition) that released on April 4, 2012.[1] This version was mainly released to fix some of the bugs and crashes in Java Edition 1.2.4, however it also added new features such as the improved functionality of the pick block key.

A pre-release for 1.2.5 was released on March 30, 2012,[1] although the full release is identical to this pre-release.



  • Added ⇧ Shift-clicking support in furnaces.



Tamed ocelots
  • Are less eager to sit on things and are less patient.


  • Pick block can now replace existent blocks on the hotbar.


Direct connect dialog
  • Now remembers the last IP for the current session.
  • Inside the META-INF folder in minecraft.jar, the digital signature files (MOJANG_C.DSAMOJANG_C.SF) have been renamed CODESIGN.RSA and CODESIGN.SF.
    • Function remains the same.


14 bugs fixed

  • Fixed issues detected certain links in chat.
  • Fixed wild ocelots behaving like tamed cats.
  • Fixed various chat crashes.
  • Fixed world generation failing under certain circumstances.
  • Fixed issues turning off sound under certain circumstances.
  • Removed all ghost entities.
  • Fixed crash when pasting certain characters in chat.
  • Fixed slash (/) key not behaving correctly in certain environments.
  • Fixed command matching being too greedy (for example: typing “/stophammertime” no longer stops a server).
  • Fixed not being able to click colored links.
  • Fixed potential issue with village door detection (which could cause too many villagers to spawn).
  • Made using a stack of bowls on Mooshrooms not consume the whole stack of bowls
  • Made punching a TNT block with flint and steel in hand destroy and drop a TNT block (right-clicking will activate the TNT)
  • Fixed +Q shortcut not quitting the app on macOS.