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Redstone on Walls/Wall placement (was: Placement)

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    SpecialisToL commented
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    But redstone dust (non-solid) is not a wire (solid). I had made a suggestion that solves this problem along with others: https://feedback.minecraft.net/hc/en-us/community/posts/360009229472-Redstone-parity-Solving-quasi-connectivity-by-redstone-dust-block-

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    CANN0NF0DDR commented
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    @WildStrongGamer: As an amateur redstoner I totally agree we need a simpler way to allow redstone signals to go vertically up & down, without tall redstone dust towers/steps

    @ SpecialisToL: I too also came up with an idea some time ago for a craftable block(rod) to allow redstone signals to travel up/down....The 'Redstone rod'/'Redstone Rod Repeater'... which I posted on the minecraft forums

    https://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/minecraft-java-edition/suggestions/2823301-new-block-suggestion-redstone-rod-send-signals

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    SpecialisToL commented
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    To be honest, I don't understand the problem here. The problem is so easy to solve with existing mechanics. In 2xNx1 space (place dust on top slabs alternating on each side for up only, use glass instead for bi-directional). What is it that bothers people so much that it has to be done in 1xNx1 space? There are 3 separate suggestions for this "problem", 4 if you include mine which has an entirely different purpose, and this one has one of the highest number of votes in redstone section. I think the real issue may be lack of explanation for how redstone works, maybe a dedicated part in the help section explaining the basics. 

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    Emanuel commented
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    no, only make it so it goes up slime blocks

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    AKAMIKAZEL commented
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    Redstone vines?

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    For Bedrock edition also.

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    d3ckJSStudio commented
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    This obsolete redstone system has been around for years and never has changed and is not now that they will change it, even if it is not consistent with reality

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    There used to be a mod on java edition that used slime ball and redstone dust to make red stone paste and that could be run up walls not only dust but could also use slime on repeaters and comparators it let you run them up walls or on ceilings

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    Maybe you could craft a sort of sticky redstone by combining redstone dust and a slime ball, so it sticks to the block.

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    yes🙂

     

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    Redstone should be changed into a wire and be called redstone wire/wires.

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    True, but Minecraft should add new redstone components such as wires and block spinners and they should make a sticky block that sticks to redtone components only.. because they won't stick to the blocks around elevators

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    True, but Minecraft should add new redstone components such as wires and block spinners and they should make a sticky block that sticks to redtone components only.. because they won't stick to the blocks around elevators

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    锡淳 张 commented
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    红石+粘液球

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    Why not roofs? Wires rarely go on roofs but they do.

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    Iven Riparip commented
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    It would be cool!

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    FellowSphere2 commented
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    You can place it on walls but wouldn't it be cool to place it under a block

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    I agree but you should have to add 1 slime to 8 redstone dust and call it redstone paste. also if we could get sticky components even if it only works on top and bottom of blocks that'd be great.

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    AdaScout commented
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    Yea sticky red stone even if it cost more to place on walls by requiring more resources would be very interesting to see what could be made. Several mods have implemented this via wire or sticky redstone. 

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    jlane08laz commented
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    There are a couple options here:
    1. Redstone Paste - Created by mixing redstone and slime balls. Looks the same as normal redstone but with a green hue and can be placed on walls ceilings.

    2. Redstone Wire - Recipe here could be similar or a bit more complex, maybe adding a new ore like copper (copper + redstone + slime balls = redstone wire). Same functionality described above, but the looks would be more like an actual wire with a 2x2 3d model perhaps to provide some shape. Still would have to be placed on a block to work.

    3. Redstone Pipe - This is probably the most advanced implementation of this idea. It would essentially function as its own block but look like a pipe. This way you could route redstone signals in any direction (e.g. up and down now) in a single vertical 1x1 column without using other blocks as support. The use of copper or another sturdy material here would also make a lot of sense.

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    TheWorstPHO commented
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    Dust is dust after all. What we need is a redstone wire, created by somehow combining iron ingots and redstone dust.

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    KaleFox commented
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    How about sticky redstone? Crafted with a slimeball giving it the ability to be placed up the sides of blocks, up walls and possibly ceilings if possible. If redstone was able to be placed on top and bottom, left and right of a block you would have a full-duplex cable with 2 lines of output and 2 of input around one block.

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    disboi12 commented
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    I dont know how this will help, but I mean i guess

     

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    IIRC you can just use glowstone for vertical redstone.  

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    This would be far too powerful in my opinion. Unless it was only able to go up to 2 or 3 blocks up and took 1 power per vertical block, or took 2 power per vertical block, I couldn't see this being very balanced.

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    RASgamer1 commented
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    Ink sack + red stone = cable

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    Blast Burner commented
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    I would love to see this in game.

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    绍雷 杜 commented
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    I think it's possible to make Redstone hard by adding clay. Hard Redstone can be placed under walls without being destroyed by water flow.

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    Jared Herman commented
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    You could maybe add a new type of redstone, like combining 8 redstone in a square in a crafting table with a slimeball in the middle which would give you 8 sticky redstone, kind of like a paste rather than a dust!

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    The easiest solution here is to craft redstone wire using redstone dust and iron that could go vertical. I think the new furnace block has 2 slots and that would be a fine way both to use the block and cook up some redstone wire.