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2025

Redstone on Walls/Wall placement (was: Placement)

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    Placing buttons on half slabs while having a block on top or below the half slab!

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    It's a dust btw but it could work bcus the dust and it's electricity thing makes it stickable to walls

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    Or instead a new type of redstone wire, maybe it can be crafted with iron nuggets, and could be for up walls and underwater.

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    Joseph Rahner commented
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    Maybe instead we should use the new copper material to make wires that can go up walls through a combination of copper and redstone there are already several posts on this, but I will still say what I think the basic functioning could be. Copper wires would be an item made from a combination of redstone and copper ingots. They would have the ability to stack up vertically as well as go horizontally. They will not directly connect to redstone allowing for them to be placed side by side with redstone without either effecting the other(similar to the slimeblock and honey block mechanics). If you do want to connect them you would use a new item known as a copper outlet. What this would do is allow you to convert a redstone signal into a copper signal and vice versa. Basically you would place redstone dust on one side, and copper wire on the other. Upon a signal traveling through one the copper outlet would also send it through the other.

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    Joseph Rahner commented
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    With the idea of copper wires in mind however that still leaves some issues and possible need for contraptions that regular redstone already has. So, we would also likely need some other new items similar to a redstone repeater and comparitor only copper based.

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    BragOwl6355 commented
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    la idea de la redstone en la pared es muy buena, facilitaria muchos mecanismos, pero que tal si se añadiera de nuevo un item antiguo, la tuerca, mi idea es que las tuercas conduzcan la redstone por las paredes, poco mas la verdad, creo que seria una alternativa muy buena ya que la verdad no me gustaria el ver un polvo de redstone en la pared :)

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    One way to make this feasible (so that the dust part is kept) would be to mix red stone dust with honey or slime. this would also make not washed away by water, and maybe movable by pistons. I order to balance this, though (as a redstoner I hate to say this) the redstone signal distance could be halved. E.G. from 15 blocks to 7 or 8. Additionally, this "honeyed" redstone could be made into torches.

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    What about on celling's too?

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    erableto commented
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    And maybe make the same with other redstone components like repeaters and comparators.

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    Thank you 

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    Wooo

     

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    MrPokefan23 commented
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    No, I think that if wall redstone was added, it's get rid of the creativity required for redstone machinery

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    bobbobderson commented
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    add redstone paste

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    I neeeeed this to be on bedrock and Java (I use bedrock tho)

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    Hey this is a good idea, but maybe instead of reds tone, it copper wire. (See my post on it)

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    Perhaps the Sculk blocks (the ones other than Sculk Sensors) could contribute to that somehow? Or maybe redstone dust just sticks to Honey and Slime Blocks both vertically and from below. The later is a simple concept that is fairly balanced.

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    Jack Anderson commented
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    What if you could "redstone-log" (for lack of a better word), like waterlogging, where you can place redstone dust on a wall, which would add a small glint to the block, and allow vertical redstoning