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there is a method in the block class for doing that. you'll need to replace the ice block in the block list with a custom one. or use ASM.

@Override
public void onEntityWalking(World world, int x, int y, int z, Entity ent)
{
	world.setBlock(x, y, z, Block.waterMoving.blockID);
}

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Just FYI, that function triggers about 3 blocks in 4 when walking, about 1 in 2 when running.  It's not perfect.

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Not that I'm aware of.  The solution I came to when I used it was to just force-update similar blocks on adjacent sides.

 

(My block became non-solid when walked on, so when walked on, it and all of it's like neighbors turned non-solid).

 

The...other solution I used for a different project was to make the block bounds ever so slightly less than a full cube, and use the onCollission method.

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there is a method in the block class for doing that. you'll need to replace the ice block in the block list with a custom one. or use ASM.

@Override
public void onEntityWalking(World world, int x, int y, int z, Entity ent)
{
	world.setBlock(x, y, z, Block.waterMoving.blockID);
}

I'm just curious, what do you mean with ASM? :)

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Abstract state machines

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