Sculk output cutoff
The biggest reason I’ve wanted to train a sculk sensor is because even if you’re filtering out for the frequency you want with a comparator, the sensor itself still activates and takes 2 seconds to be able to receive input again. However, I think this could be solved by allowing you to cut it off by sending a signal into it with a repeater. That way you could reset the vibration detection early if you got a frequency you didn’t care about it so it could get back to listening for the one you’re interested in. This would also generally solve the issue of the 2 second output and lock up seriously limiting its use in general. The 2 second lock up can be exactly what you want in sometimes, but this would allow the flexibility to work around it when it's not what you want.
This also wouldn't conflict with any other functionality with repeaters and sculk sensors unless perhaps they were made movable by pistons. It would also be in line with repeaters being able to lock other repeaters.
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