Java Edition Beta 1.0

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Beta 1.0 is the first version of Java Edition Beta, which adds a working server-side inventory and includes other changes and fixes.

Additions[edit]

Gameplay[edit]

Inventory
  • Working server-side inventory.
  • Tooltips in inventory.
    • When the player hovers the mouse over an item, its name appears.

General[edit]

Skins
  • Initially known as cloaks
  • Only the Mojang cape existed at the time, but other capes were supported. This can be seen today if a player owns a cape, and a proxy is used to redirect skin requests to the modern server.
Splash
  • Added new splashes:
    • Finally Beta!
    • Woo, reddit!
    • Twittered about!
    • Jump up, jump up, and get down!
    • Joel is neat!
    • A riddle, wrapped in a mystery!
    • Huge tracts of land!
    • Welcome to your Doom!
    • Stay a while, stay forever!
    • Stay a while and listen!
    • Treatment for your rash!
    • "Noun" is an autonym!
    • Information wants to be free!
    • "Almost never" is an interesting concept!

Changes[edit]

Blocks[edit]

Chests
  • Moving too far away from a chest, or having it blow up, closes the inventory screen.
Leaves
  • Introduced leaf decay again. It acts differently from before.

Items[edit]

Eggs
  • Can now be thrown.
    • Throwing an egg has a chance of spawning a chicken.

Gameplay[edit]

Inventory
  • Removed armor outlines in the armor slots in the inventory.
  • The player can't store items in the inventories' crafting fields anymore.
    • If this is attempted in this version, the items simply drop to the ground.

General[edit]

Multiplayer
  • Made servers save chunks way less often in most cases.
    • Chunks don't resave if they got saved in the last 30 seconds.
Splash
  • The splash "Play Minecraft, Watch Topgear, Get Pig" was changed to "Play Minecraft, Watch Topgear, Get Pig!"
  • Excluding "Merry X-Mas!" and "Happy New Year!", "Finally Beta!" is the only splash shown

Fixes[edit]

3 bugs fixed

  • Many issues fixed as a result of a working server-side inventory.
  • Fixed /kill.
  • Tools thrown on the ground don't repair themselves anymore.