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    Nova "inkycatz" Barlow commented

    Clarified subject to help search results.

    Thanks for your contribution.

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    ClayGoddessSari commented

    Please no...  It's a neat feature, but it can be equally annoying in other situations.

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    Kyrinon commented

    I'm a huge redstone nut in Java edition and while there are other redstone related reasons I have not made a permanent switch to Bedrock this one has enough work arounds to make the new version a challenge but still doable.

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    SneeringMoney13 commented

    honestly I love the bedrock edition, but when I figured out that quasi-connectivity was gone, just about everything I made before bedrock was entirely broken or had a big workaround.  I was finnaly understanding how it worked and how great of a bug it was, then one day it was all gone.  Please Mojang add this helpfull bug back into the game again.

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    vasile9999 commented

    Yeah,my creations are BUD-based, but it is good fun remaking them on bedrock.Quasi-Connectivity is useful but Confusing.It is more likely that the BUDs will get removed on java rather than added in Bedrock.

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    Pneen commented

    Redstone is why I got Minecraft. It's for the educational aspect. 

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    Pneen commented

    Restone was why I got Minecraft. It's the educational aspect. 

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    LateLag commented

    Why aren't you asking for Java Edition redstone to be like Bedrock instead of literally  asking for a bug to be added to Bedrock?

     

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    Netwin commented

    @LateLag, did you know that creepers were born out of a coding bug? Sometimes bugs are fun and become features. I play Minecraft: Xbox One Edtion, but it isn't updated anymore and can't be bought anymore so I can't play it with friends who are new to the game unless they buy it used on disc. Minecraft: Xbox One Edition was as similar to the Java Edition as they could get it. When I play it I get a prompt regularly to switch to the bedrock edition and get reminded each time that it is not updated anymore. So because of allmost being forced to switch to the bedrock edition I want it to be like Minecraft: Xbox One Edition, so more or less like the Java Edition but optimized for a console. If on the Xbox there was a real choice like on pc where you can play both the Windows 10 and Java Edition which both get updates I wouldn't want it. It is awesome to have two flavours of your favorite game, but not if they stop serving one of them. Then you want what remains to be your favorite flavour, and for that it needs some of the weird ingredients that make it special.

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    Nova "inkycatz" Barlow commented

    Please stay on topic, thanks.

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    Rinni Parker commented

    I have a thought about this. Perhaps add a redstone object called a COIL. The Coil would be made from redstone around a piece of iron. Functionally the Coil would conduct redstone into or out of it just like a piece of redstone - conducting through but not up or down in the way blocks do. Redstone on NSEW would automatically connect to it on any side. BUT

    The Coil when active would then bud-power any other blocks within the bud powering range-mechanic as per standard bud powering mechanics. This meaning you could use the coil as an alternative to bud powering and remove the glitch from the game (replacing it with a mechanic)

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    GamingKing2436 commented

    What I suggest is you right click pistons to choose if they can be bud powered

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    Cosm1cLightning commented

    I just cant figure out why they can't just find out what bug made this feature possible. Fix it up, spruce it up and make it work on the regular and sticky pistons. Than have a new piston that is anti-quasi for people who don't want it. It would make more logic that way then any other reason in my opinion. 

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    Emeraled345 commented

    I get how it can be a great feature but as a Java Redstone builder it can be super annoying and a real mess in a lot of other situations.

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    Reuven Cooper commented

    Please don't

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    Borbarad13 MC commented

    Well, I would rather have the quasi-connectivity removed from Java. It's rarely beneficial for me but most often annoying.

    Also new players may spend a long frustrating time debugging their contraption just to learn about this unintuitive Java bug. It seems for me that some older players completely ignore this fact just to prevent some modifications on their contraptions.

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    Ep1cAw3s0m3n3ss commented

    Without quasi connectivity, most of my redstone builds break, and it takes some of the fun out of redstone

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    ZillionBeret512 commented

    I read that the observer was added into Bedrock instead of quasi-connectivity, but it isn’t the same because BUDs in Java are sort of like a t flip-flop (The piston will stay extended until updated)while observers give off a pulse when there is any update. The obvious solution would be to connect the observer to a t flip-flop, but now you have another problem because t flip-flops are incredibly bulky without 1-tick piston spitouts. If you found that confusing, basically what I want is, if quasi-connectivity is not added piston spitouts should be.

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