Minecraft News: 1.8.2 pre-release updated

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1.8.2 pre-release gets 5th update, fixes cow udders

Last December Mojang launched Minecraft’s 1.8.2 pre-release, and since then it has gradually been updated to tweak the new feature set. It’s been updated for a fifth time this week, and there’s been a good few adjustments. Take a look below to see what you can expect when you boot the game up next time.

  • Items placed into a beacon are lost upon destroying it or reloading a world
  • Beacons work inconsistently in the Nether
  • Keyboard input causes mouse look to stutter or jerk (Fixed in LWJGL 2.9.3)
  • Tellraw crashes if clickEvent is an URL without “http://”
  • Mooshroom udder texture does not display correctly
  • Mooshrooms incorrectly display custom mushroom models
  • Beacons in Nether need clear path to “sky”
  • Beacon stops working at a certain height
  • Single Player: Can’t select any of the previous created worlds in Java 8 (Fixed by installing Java 7) (Windows 8)
  • Able to hit a block behind out of range entity.
  • villages.dat stores player names instead of UUIDs
  • Pre-existing vines on east and west sides of blocks are rendered at the wrong face of the block (floating)
  • Glass Pane image flipped
  • Huge Mushrooms Generate Incorrectly
  • Hopper: java.lang.NullPointerException: Updating screen events
  • Various particles near world border rendered incorrectly
  • Hoppers grab items from minecarts, that aren’t standing directly above them
  • Changing owner of Enderpearl doesn’t work.

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