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[SOLVED] [1.10.2] Stairs model bug


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Hi,

 

I have a problem with the stairs in my mod: when placed upside down (except when facing east) it display the bottom east model instead of the corresponding one.

But, the properties are correctly set, as I see it when looking at the block with 'F3' enabled. So the bug have to come from the blockstate files right?

If someone could have a look at those, here, it would be great.

 

Thanks in advance :)

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Rotations are atomic.  By specifying two different rotations for the two different block properties, the one overwrites the other.

Yes, you have "x" in one and "y" in the other, but that's just convenience.  What you're really saying for both is "rotation":"0,90" or "rotation":"180,0" and they don't add together.

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Either:

Use the vanilla way of specifying block states.

Or:

Use two models, one of which is pre-rotated upside down.

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The vanilla way is a pain, that was what I was using before, I had hundreds of files, and it took me a lot of time to generate all blockstate files correctly.

 

You say "they don't add together" but on one line, like that : "facing=west,half=top,shape=straight": { "x": 180, "y": 180 }

It works (even with vanilla file) so why not on separate lines? Shouldn't be so difficult to implement.

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Because the parser is set up to read it that way. When it is two different properties the cartesian product is computed on the fly and it isn't set up to add the values.

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