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15w39a

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15w39a
Edition

Java Edition

Type

Snapshot

Release date

September 21, 2015

Snapshot for

1.9

Download

Client (.json)
Server (.exe)

Protocol version

74

Data version

130

15w39a[1] is the twenty-sixth snapshot released for 1.9. This development version tweaks the dimensions of some mobs.

Changes[edit]

Mobs[edit]

Cows & Mooshrooms
  • Are slightly taller (1.4 blocks tall rather than 1.3).
Creepers
  • Are slightly shorter (1.7 blocks tall rather than 1.8).
Iron golems
  • Are slightly shorter (2.7 blocks tall rather than 2.9).
Skeletons
  • Are slightly taller (1.99 blocks tall rather than 1.95).
Squids
  • Are slightly smaller (0.8 blocks square rather than 0.95).
Villagers
  • Are slightly taller (1.95 blocks tall rather than 1.8).
Wither skeletons
  • Are slightly smaller (2.4 blocks tall and 0.7 blocks wide rather than 2.535 blocks tall and 0.72 blocks wide).
Wolves
  • Are slightly taller (0.85 blocks tall rather than 0.8).

Fixes[edit]

7 issues fixed
From released versions before 1.9
  • MC-51987 – Minecart/activator dismount location is inconsistent in cardinal directions.
  • MC-52274 – Dismounting does not work to the South, South east, and South west, and is offset in negative quadrants.
From the 1.9 development versions
  • MC-84060 – Trapdoor placement is awkward.
  • MC-84335 – Input lag from mouse and WASD controls.
  • MC-86391 – Acacia leaves and dark oak leaves pick block function links errors.
  • MC-87658 – Shield patterns offset by 1 pixel.
From the previous development version
  • MC-88929 – Items lost when shift-clicking in full container/inventory.

Video[edit]

Video made by slicedlime:

Trivia[edit]

  • 15w39a was previously removed from the launcher for some time, but was added back in September 2018.

References[edit]