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[1.8] Problems using world.setBlockState with Custom Blocks


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As stated in the title the world.setBlockState() does not work for me with my custom Block. Here is a code extract:

IBlockState crafting_table_state = Blocks.crafting_table.getDefaultState();

    	MyCustomBlock c = new MyCustomBlock();
    	IBlockState my_custom_block_state = c.getDefaultState();

    	world.setBlockState(new BlockPos(1, 128, 1), my_custom_block_state);
    	world.setBlockState(new BlockPos(2, 128, 1), crafting_table_state);

 

When I look at the Point (1, 128, 1), I can see the Crafting Table, but not my Custom Block.

I have already checked, that the IBlockState.getBlock() returns a MyCustomBlock.

When I place my Block from my Inventory it Renders normal.

Has somebody an idea how I could find the error?

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Hi

 

MyCustomBlock c = new MyCustomBlock();

 

That's not how Blocks are used - you don't create a new instance of your block every time you place it.  Instead, you create an instance once, during preInit(), and register it with Forge.

 

It's probably worth reading a few of the introductory tutorials on modding.

This is one, there are lots of others.  Wuppy29 has some good ones.

 

http://greyminecraftcoder.blogspot.com.au/2013/10/the-most-important-minecraft-classes_9.html

and

http://greyminecraftcoder.blogspot.co.at/2014/12/blocks-18.html

 

-TGG

 

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