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No-Physics List

Finrod_Amandil

hon. Head Designer
Here's the list of all blocks that currently have no-physics (on all worlds):
  • 26: Bed
  • 27: Powered Rail
  • 28: Detector Rail
  • 32: Dead Bush
  • 34: Piston Head
  • 37: Dandelion
  • 39: Brown Mushroom
  • 40: Red Mushroom
  • 50: Torch
  • 65: Ladder
  • 66: Rail
  • 68: Sign
  • 69: Lever
  • 75: Redstone Torch Off
  • 76: Redstone Torch On
  • 78: Snow (layered)
  • 81: Cactus
  • 122: Dragon Egg
  • 140: Flower Pot
  • 157: Activator Rail
  • 175: Double Plant
No-physics allows having blocks in various situations where vanilla minecraft would not permit them, e.g. floating rails, torches, ladders, stable blocks placed on incompatible grounds (cactus, stacked plants, layered snow on ice), stable powered redstone items without actual power (activated activator rail, off redstone torch) and others. Many of these are not accessible with vanilla methods, some are provided by the Architect plugin in the /get kits, others are only available through Voxel or WorldEdit (contact a staff member if you want one of these)

Suggestions for new entries on the no-physics list can be posted here.

This list will constantly be updated.
 

JordD04

Hardcore MCME-er
Here's the list of all blocks that currently have no-physics (on all worlds):
  • 26: Bed
  • 27: Powered Rail
  • 28: Detector Rail
  • 32: Dead Bush
  • 34: Piston Head
  • 37: Dandelion
  • 39: Brown Mushroom
  • 40: Red Mushroom
  • 50: Torch
  • 65: Ladder
  • 66: Rail
  • 68: Sign
  • 69: Lever
  • 75: Redstone Torch Off
  • 76: Redstone Torch On
  • 78: Snow (layered)
  • 81: Cactus
  • 122: Dragon Egg
  • 140: Flower Pot
  • 157: Activator Rail
  • 175: Double Plant
No-physics allows having blocks in various situations where vanilla minecraft would not permit them, e.g. floating rails, torches, ladders, stable blocks placed on incompatible grounds (cactus, stacked plants, layered snow on ice), stable powered redstone items without actual power (activated activator rail, off redstone torch) and others. Many of these are not accessible with vanilla methods, some are provided by the Architect plugin in the /get kits, others are only available through Voxel or WorldEdit (contact a staff member if you want one of these)

Suggestions for new entries on the no-physics list can be posted here.

This list will constantly be updated.
Weren't numerical block id's removed a few updates ago?
 

Daddlio

Hardcore MCME-er
we could add all kind of flowers. especially for dwarven pack that would be awesome, cause flowers are gems/crystals there and u should be able to place them not only on dirt or grass.
 

Finrod_Amandil

hon. Head Designer
we could add all kind of flowers. especially for dwarven pack that would be awesome, cause flowers are gems/crystals there and u should be able to place them not only on dirt or grass.
Adding No-Physics to them won't make them placeable on other materials. For that we'd need a new /get command for flowers with special properties. No-Physics simply makes them stable once they are placed as Minecraft tries to avoid blocks in spots where vanilla mechanics would not permit them.
 

RubenPieterMark

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we could add all kind of flowers. especially for dwarven pack that would be awesome, cause flowers are gems/crystals there and u should be able to place them not only on dirt or grass.
Dirt is textured as stone in the Dwarven pack
 

RubenPieterMark

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Iron doors are used throughout the map (Helm's Deep, Sewers of Minas Tirith, Safes and Cells etc.) and they are only to open with buttons, but since the iron door is added to the NP-list, all those doors are not able to open anymore. Is it possible to remove it or would it cause other problems?
 

Eriol_Eandur

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Adding No-Physics to them won't make them placeable on other materials. For that we'd need a new /get command for flowers with special properties. No-Physics simply makes them stable once they are placed as Minecraft tries to avoid blocks in spots where vanilla mechanics would not permit them.
Yes, no-physics prevent those blocks from vanishing when a nearby block is changed. I can add a /get flowers ( or better /get gems?) command quite quickly, I'll put it on my list.
 
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