Greetings, Minecraft lovers! The creators of Minecraft bring the latest update of Snapshot 24w03b for Minecraft Java Edition. This snapshot targets at the critical crash, so a smoother gaming experience for all will be promised. It adds a variety of bug fixes as well as small changes that help improve the overall gameplay experience. So, time to set in for your world of blocks and adventure once again with these exciting updates.
Experimental Features - Breeze: The 'breezing' now has a fresh wind charge projectile makeover! Experience a better visual and dynamic feel as the models, textures, and animations for it have been updated. Brace yourself for a more thrilling projectile experience as you float along with the wind through the Minecraft world.
Bug Fixes in Snapshot 24w03b:
Copying a "Copy of a copy" book in a Crafter now behaves correctly.
Trial spawners in trial chambers no longer spawn mobs without persistence.
Opening the configure realms menu will no longer cause the game to crash.
Magma cube hitboxes have been adjusted to a more appropriate size.
Items on top of soul sand or mud will no longer appear rendered in black.
Bug Reporting: Have you encountered any issues? Report bugs through the Minecraft issue tracker to contribute to the ongoing development and improvement of the game.
Assembling machine circuit control:
Now with the circuit network, they can change recipes, and think of them as modules used in Rocket Control Units or Speed Modules, allowing for another layer of automation.
When changing the recipe to something unrelated, an assembling machine creates a special "dump inventory" to handle items.
This will enable more versatile assembler setups, and utilities such are Enable/Disable, Set Recipe, Read Ingredients, Read Recipe Finished, and Read Working.
Blueprint Flipping Gets Real:
Version 1.1 introduces Blueprint Flipping, allowing horizontal or vertical flipping of whole item sets before placement.
Some buildings with fluid inputs/outputs couldn't be flipped, leading to the need for a real flipping solution.
Buildings now have an automatic detection of symmetry for fluid connections, enabling a more intuitive and logical flipping experience.
Flipping becomes a first-class operation, applicable when hovering over a building and pressing F or G, flipping items in hand before placement, and during copy-paste actions.
Naming Changes for Inserters:
Following community discussions, Stack inserters will be renamed to Bulk inserters in version 2.0.
The new inserter, capable of stacking items on belts, will assume the name Stack inserter for clarity and consistency.
We encourage you to go through those updates and leave your thoughts on this occasion. Factorio is developing steadily, and the feedback of players from its community is vital in terms of shaping it. So well, flip your thoughts onto us at the usual places, and let's keep building a better Factorio together!