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[CLOSED] Do entities trigger block updates?

Jay Avery

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A few times I've noticed that events which occur in onNeighborChanged seem to happen when a player goes near (or touches?) a block (for example, I have some blocks which fall like sand a certain % of the time when they get neighbour updates, and they often fall when a player walks near them). I've looked through the code and can't find an explanation, but I'm also pretty sure I'm not imagining it. Do entities cause onNeighborChanged updates, and can anyone direct me to where this happens, if so? If not, can anyone explain this apparent behaviour I'm noticing?

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Entities have nothing to do with it.

I'm pretty sure what you're seeing are random update ticks.

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