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Redstone articles[edit]

Apologies for "stalking" your edits there. To keep block articles on-topic and focused, they should simply document the block, not discuss "strategies", etc. Comparisons between blocks (for example, how a dispenser differs from a dropper) and discussions about how to build circuits should be left to the redstone circuit articles or tutorials. —munin · Grid Book and Quill.png Grid Stone Pickaxe.png · 19:22, 14 December 2014 (UTC)

Player.dat Format[edit]

Item data is not deleted even if it's on items that cannot use it. "StoredEnchantments" will only display the tooltips if the item is an enchanted book. It will not be deleted if applied to an item other than an enchanted book. Please run the following and use NBTExplorer to check the tags, and note that both tags remain ("NotARealTag" is, of course, not a vanilla tag, but 1.8 allows all item data to remain as a feature): /give @p stick 1 0 {StoredEnchantments:[{id:1,lvl:1}],NotARealTag:1b}

For "resolved", it's not whether scores are parsed. Use "score" without a player selector while the book is 'resolved' (/give @p written_book 1 0 {title:"",author:"",resolved:1b,pages:["{score:{name:Skylinerw,objective:OBJECTIVE}}"]}) and the score is still parsed. Using a player selector instead will prevent it from working unless 'resolved' is 0, because selectors are not parsed if the book is resolved. Skylinerw (talk) 14:59, 23 March 2015 (UTC)

You're correct in the case where the name is a fixed name; but {score:{name:"*",objective:OBJECTIVE}} doesn't work in a resolved written book. And most of us probably wouldn't consider it a "target selector", because it doesn't start with @, it's based on interaction rather than xyz coordinates, and in other contexts (e.g. /tellraw) its value can vary among the targets of another selector. Seahen (talk) 08:32, 25 March 2015 (UTC)

SchematicSprite[edit]

What were you trying to do with SchematicSprite there? Add mobs to schematics to show how they interact with mechanisms? I think I'd just label the appropriate spot and describe it in the caption. —munin · Grid Book and Quill.png Grid Stone Pickaxe.png · 17:18, 19 September 2015 (UTC)

We have several sprites that are unrelated to redstone (stained glass, dirt, and enchantment tables). In order to make that claim, we would need to remove all unnecessary sprites. The BlobsPaper.png 18:02, 19 September 2015 (UTC)
@Blobs2: munin already explained here why those sprites are relevant. Why are you bringing it up again? (also, there are no stained glass sprites on the schematic sheet). As such, munin's claim is still valid: there has been no need to use mobs in schematics before. KnightMiner t/c 20:23, 19 September 2015 (UTC)
In any case, the only non-redstone, full, opaque block used for redstone is wool (used to show different parts of a circuit). The BlobsPaper.png 22:14, 19 September 2015 (UTC)

About your files...[edit]

What is the seed for your screenshot File:Fence cuts hole in wall.png? I'm gonna recreate them using the appropriate screenshot style. – Dentedharp90041tce 09:23, 2 September 2017 (UTC)