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[1.15] TileEntity, Container created twice


Kristopher_RAS

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Hello everyone, I'm sorry if I asking a lot of question recently.

But I've noticed that when I place a block I created his assigned tile entity is created twice (more exactly two of them are created). Same when I open the block interface two container are created. BUT only one screen is created.

 

So my question is: "Is that normal ?? And how do I synchronize them"

 

Note: I've tried to figured it out and I've noticed the override function createTileEntity of the block is called twice (on client side), so this is why I have a doubt about if it's a bug or not. 

 

 

Thanks.

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4 hours ago, Kristopher_RAS said:

Is that normal ?

$10 says that you're seeing one get created on the client thread and one on the server thread.

4 hours ago, Kristopher_RAS said:

how do I synchronize them

getUpdatePacket, getUpdateTag, and onDataPacket

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