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What is the way to make slime block become not bouncy while remaining all his original properities, how to make slime block not bouncy?

  • There is no such command. You would need to basically re-program a lot of Minecraft physics. Why do you need to use slime blocks at all? – Fabian Röling Oct 15 at 23:44
  • I just want to know – Max Chan Oct 15 at 23:46
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    Switch the skin of another block? – Ben Oct 16 at 1:35
  • @MaxChan Well, then the answer is that it is insanely complicated and a major programming project. I asked because you might not need to use slime blocks at all, depending on what you're reallly trying to do. See also: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/66377/what-is-the-xy-problem – Fabian Röling Oct 16 at 12:47
  • Mine is a XY problem? Hard to spot it – Max Chan Oct 16 at 23:08
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Have a repeat command block with this:

/tp @a[x=23,y=42,z=14] 23 42 14

Note: the coordinates 23,42,14 are just placeholders for the coordinates representing one block above the slime block.

  • How can this help? – Max Chan Oct 16 at 4:52
  • If an entity is in that coordinate, they get teleported to that same coordinate. Thus, eliminating the bounce, by the looks of the command. – 0x4kgi Oct 16 at 5:19
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    No, this does not work. x, y and z only shift the execution position, you would still need a range. And then you get all kinds of other problems and weird glitchiness. – Fabian Röling Oct 16 at 12:46
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Depends on what you want to use said slimeblock for.

If you as a player don't want to bounce when you fall on it, just hold shift.

But if you don't want any entity to bounce on the block, you either have to do loads of programming like Fabian Röling mentioned or alternatively, you can just wait for the next update where the Honey Block comes out.
The Honey Blocks have the exact same properties of blocks sticking to it but it doesn't make entities bounce.

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