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(1.16.5) [SOLVED] TopSolidRangeConfig blocks spawning outside parameters

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Hey there, I set up my ore generation file and the first ore I've made seems to be spawning a bit above the maximum height I set. I've been thinking in terms of the world coordinates when setting these numbers, with bedrock as 0 and everything else going up from there. 

public class OreGeneration {
	//the actual individual ores
	public static void generateOres(final BiomeLoadingEvent event) {
		if(!(event.getCategory().equals(Biome.Category.NETHER) || event.getCategory().equals(Biome.Category.THEEND))) {
			generateOre(event.getGeneration(), OreFeatureConfig.FillerBlockType.NATURAL_STONE, BlockInit.EGG_ORE.get().defaultBlockState(), 4, 15, 31, 15);

	//can be called at any time to make an ore
	private static void generateOre(BiomeGenerationSettingsBuilder settings, RuleTest fillerType, BlockState state, int veinSize,
			int minHeight, int maxHeight, int maxPerChunk) {
			Feature.ORE.configured(new OreFeatureConfig(fillerType, state, veinSize))
			.decorated(Placement.RANGE.configured(new TopSolidRangeConfig(minHeight, 0, maxHeight)))


here's a picture of the ore, about 10 blocks above the number I set. https://imgur.com/a/8jflRKz

Is minecraft using a different set of numbers than the world coordinates? Or is the range just looser than I'm expecting it to be. Thank yall for help with this. 

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The position given by the placement is only the starting position of the ore gen. The ore gen then generates in a patch around that position, so can end up higher (depending on your vein size).

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5 hours ago, diesieben07 said:

The position given by the placement is only the starting position of the ore gen. The ore gen then generates in a patch around that position, so can end up higher (depending on your vein size).

Alright! Thank you for the answer, I was just curious how it worked. 

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