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[1.16.4] setBlockState with out send update event.


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I search solution for ignore / stop, event when setBlockState is called.

I want to change block if identical neighbor block change.
But if i setBlockState for one, other update and setBlockState is called... Infinite loop


Flags set on "19" value don't work at all...


Any idea ?

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Thanks for your reply. You gave me another idea for a solution.


19 :  1 will cause a block update. 2 will send the change to clients. 16 will prevent neighbor reactions (e.g. fences connecting, observers pulsing).

That what I found in Minecraft source for "setBlockState" Function. 🤨



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Still don't know why you added the 1 if you didn't want block updates.

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