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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/"sideways" slabs.

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(Bedrock) Item Frame Placement Flexibility

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    Tidied title up to make searching for it easier on interested readers.

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    This would greatly improve map rooms and map-making. You could have horizontal maps laid out on a flat surface. This would enable easier use of tiled maps on survival surface. Imagine trying to look in-depth at a 32x32 tiled block map. You would have to pillar up to see a lot of the detail and then remove the pillars when you are done.

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    This feature was added to Java, so add it to Bedrock as well

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    It would also be good if you could place an item frame and then something over it like a banner or sign. I know this is in Java and I would really like to see it in Bedrock.

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    Seeing that both java and bedrock, as of lately, are working on more parody features, this one would make sense.

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    Seeing that both java and bedrock, as of lately, are working on more parody features, this one would make sense.

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    All item frame on the walls and floor and ceiling should be connected. Meaning that there are no empty spaces where it doesn’t allow you to place. For example the wall, floor, and ceiling edge don’t connect. It allows me to put one item frame on the wall but right under it Which is the floor, I can’t place it