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Jukebox & hoppers

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    leondsl commented
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    I agree. Jukeboxes should not drop the discs once they are done, but put them into another slot. From here, a hopper could extract the disc. For now the Jukebox is silent (no redstone signal), this info could be used to insert the next disc.

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    Dom Liotti commented
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    This functionality is currently in Bedrock Edition, and it seems like a feature that would be welcome in other editions (at least Java). It allows jukebox discs to loop, shuffle with other discs, and more. It's a really cool feature that seems to have little dev overhead associated with it, seeing as it's already in the MC codebase somewhere.

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    LockeBone commented
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    Been wishing for this for years. Why bedrock has it and not java i dont understand. Seems simple. And sure maybe only 20 vote for it. But thats because people dont know they need this in their lives.

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    Emerald Canon commented
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    It makes no sense why this isn't in the game already. C418's music is great and relaxing and i want to be able to listen to it while grinding for sand or something without running back to the jukebox every few minutes.

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    RavenX185 commented
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    It actually makes me angry that this hasn't been brought over to Java yet. It's so simple that I thought it would just work like a charm, but no, nothing. COME ON MOJANG.

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    Its Iwan commented
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    I’d really love this since on Bedrock if you quit the game with a music disc in the jukebox, the music disc just despawns.

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    JoePCool14 commented
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    After looking on the Minecraft Wiki and finding this sort of functionality is only on Bedrock, I immediately came here to support bringing this over to Java Edition. It would be really nice to set up a "jukebox room", complete with switches that can auto insert and remove different disks. It would also be nice to have a way to loop a disc automatically. 

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    Pau Guri commented
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    YES PLEASE, why is this in the Bedrock version but not in Java? It's a basic function!
    I was even thinking that maybe instead od hoppers we could use dispensers to insert discs in jukeboxes.

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    Mr Twister commented
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    big YES! I want to have a music disc playlist playing in my house without me having to constantly go to the jukebox. Heres hoping they will someday put this into Java.

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    MrHumpty2010 commented
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    Seeing as this is available on Bedrock I'm surprised it is not available on Java.

    Honestly, adding this functionality should be a no-brainer. It would allow all of us who enjoy our worlds to put a sound track at play w/o having to run back to our jukeboxes. My sons and I would use this on our server w/o question. Frankly, Jukeboxes are useless w/o this in Survival.

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    It does in bedrock with bad redstone but I agree Java should enjoy this with good redstone.

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    Jololnass commented
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    maybe to insert the disc not a hopper but a dispenser, but should definatly be added

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    Please add this Mojang, I want to be able to play "Pigstep" on loop!!!!!!!!

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    EXCALIBUR5302 commented
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    This seems to work on the bedrock edition of Minecraft, but not Java. Please bring this to Java, I don't understand why it doesn't work in both and if it only works in one, you'd think it be Java, but no. 

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    Any way for redstone to automate a jukebox, I'm into it!

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    It's a great idea, i want my pigstep on a loop bro

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    DiabloDodo44 commented
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    Nice ! I would add to the idea that it would be nice to be able to detect the end of the music with a comparator. The comparator will allow to observe the music progression.

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    Julius Birch commented
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    I agree, this feature is already on bedrock, it would be amazing for loops, random select, or even something similar to a real life jukebox where you could pay diamonds to have a song play

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    SovietMeteor commented
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    This would be a really awesome touch tk the game. A small feature that could make a huge difference to the way music is viewed I. This game (especially with the introduction of new discs like Pigstep)

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    Miraku22 commented
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    man I just want to play pigstep on an infinite loop

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    Telendarr commented
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    It would be great if they add this to the 1.16 update to celebrate the introduction of Lena Raine as a new music artist for Minecraft and the release of Pigstep. 

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    dotdot06 commented
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    Just wish to say I support this!  I see this is an old post but like one comment said "people don't know they need this in there lives until they do.." Here I am I do need this in my life please make it happen in next update.....

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    Is a good idea

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    IwusFun commented
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    Yeah it'd be great to be able to make automatic music shuffler/player