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Minecraft has a lot of blocks, but what if they had more? Why do we need them? Please don't just add lists of things! Also, no furniture, guns, or vertical slabs.

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Dyed Redstone

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    Hi, can you explain what you're looking for this to do or just perhaps elaborate (like how you get it, or why it's needed)? Thanks, it will help us express your idea to the team in an actionable way.

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    BuilderJayMC commented

    Simple, but awesome idea.  You could see which circuit goes where, make more technical builds, etc.

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    Max Leon commented

    Or different colored wires could cross each other on the same block without connecting the two wires.

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    Swag Muffin commented

    This would be handy for horror maps. People use red stone for blood, but you can also use it for alien blood, purple, blue, and green. But you can also use it for Disney maps. The yellow can be used as pixy dust.

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    This person is so clever, instead of explaining why we need it, he let the feedback explain itself.

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    It's like the Blustone joke of MumboJumbo what do you mean, i'm right?

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    Allen Scroggs commented

    Maybe the dyed redstone would not connect to trails of drastically different colors? Like orange connecting to both red and yellow, but never to purple. That would make it useful for complex circuits in confined corridors. Or just some nice looking wiring.

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    KameiB commented

    Dye using cauldron.
    Right click on dyed water in cauldron having Redstone dust in hand.
    Can dye up to 1 stack per click/water level.
    Dyed Redstone dust can be washed back to normal by right-clicking on non-dyed water in a cauldron, or on water source.
    Dyed Redstone dust cannot connect to different-colored dust on the sides, but can connect if they are on a straight line.
    (optional) 2 different colored dusts can cross on the same block and remain independant circuits.
    Different colored Redstone will make circuits easy to understand.
    By not connecting to different colors on the sides, contraption footprint will decrease.
    Powered blocks can power any Redstone dust nearby as usual.

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    cs1077048 commented

    https://feedback.minecraft.net/hc/en-us/community/posts/360017375931/comments/360001689252 I was going to make an article like this, and thought about dyeing it in a crafting table or maybe even a loom.

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    Why is this in the block's and item and not in the redstone category. (It's already been suggested in there)

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    Tiny Android commented

    uhm dude you too my idea like i already made one about Dyed Redstone everyone should check it out :v