Stone buttons are broken more easily with pickaxes, and wooden buttons are broken more easily with axes.
|Breaking "Punch" redirects here. For the enchantment, see Enchanting#Punch. The Player punches trees and gets wood (click to view animation). Breaking, digging, punching, or mining is one of the most fundamental activities in Minecraft, performed (by time|
- Times are for unenchanted tools in seconds.
A button will also be removed and drop itself as an item:
- if its attachment block is moved, removed, or destroyed
- if water Water Transparency Partial (-2 to light) Luminance No Blast resistance 500 (Flowing) 500 (Still) Tool Renewable Yes Stackable N/A Flammable No Drops None Data values Flowing Water dec: 08 hex: 8 bin: 1000 Still Water dec: 09 hex: 9 bin: 1001 flows into its space
- if a piston tries to push it or moves a block into its space
A button will be destroyed without dropping itself as an item if lava Lava Transparency Yes Luminance Yes, 15 Blast resistance 500 Tool Renewable No Stackable N/A Flammable No Drops None Data values Flowing Lava dec: 10 hex: A bin: 1010 Still Lava dec: 11 hex: B bin: 1011 Name Flowing Lava flowing_lava Still flows into its space.
- Wooden Buttons have a longer delay than Stone Buttons. Stone Buttons have a 1-second or 10 tick delay, and Wooden Buttons have a 1.5 second or 15 tick delay.
- Wooden buttons can act like levers in the fact that they can send a continuous Redstone signal if shot with a bow and arrow.
- Stone buttons won`t activate if an arrow is shot at them probably because it is heavier than wooden buttons.
- Wooden buttons can be used as fuel for furnaces, giving half an operation (a third of a plank`s output).
A button is a non- solid Comparison of the solid stone and liquid water blocks Solid blocks are a category of block. Contents 1 Properties 2 List of solid blocks 2.1 List of non-solid blocks 3 Height 4 Video 5 History block See the various blocks found in Minecraft. For the blocking with shields that reduces damage when performed, see Blocking. All blocks Blocks are the basic units of structure in Minecraft. Contents 1 which can provide temporary redstone power.
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Buttons can be crafted from stone for a stone button, or wood planks Wood Planks Transparency No Luminance No Blast resistance 15 Tool Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) Flammable Yes Drops Itself Data value dec: 05 hex: 5 bin: 101 Name planks Wood planks are common blocks used in many crafting for a wooden button.
|Name See the definition of the block states. For the files that determine block models, see Models#Block states. Block states are extra pieces of data that further define a block. Contents 1 List||Ingredients||Crafting Crafting is the method by which many blocks, tools, and materials are made in Minecraft. In order to craft something, players must move items from their inventory to a crafting grid. A 2×2 crafting grid recipe|
|Wooden Button||Any Wood Planks Wood Planks Transparency No Luminance No Blast resistance 15 Tool Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) Flammable Yes Drops Itself Data value dec: 05 hex: 5 bin: 101 Name planks Wood planks are common blocks used in many crafting|
Stone buttons are naturally generated in strongholds Stronghold Portal Room Biome Any Consists of See Structure First appearances See History Strongholds are structures that occur naturally underground, and are primarily important because they house end portals. Strongholds can be located using eyes , next to iron doors.
- See also: Redstone circuit See redstone circuits. For other redstone-related articles, see Redstone (disambiguation). Contents 1 Redstone basics 1.1 Redstone components 1.2 Power 1.3 Power level 1.4 Redstone update 1.5 Redstone tick 1.6 Signals and pulses
A button can be used as a monostable See a specific category of redstone circuits. For other circuits, see redstone circuits. A pulse circuit is a redstone circuit which generates, modifies, detects, or otherwise operates on redstone pulses. See also: power source (it will automatically deactivate shortly after being activated).
- To place a button, use the "Use Item/Place Block" control (right-click, by default) while aiming at the surface to which it should be attached.
- A button can be attached to the side, bottom and top of any full solid opaque block (stone, dirt, blocks of gold, etc.).
- Buttons are usually in an inactive state, but can be temporarily activated by players. To activate a placed button, use the "Use Item/Place Block" control (right-click, by default). A wooden button can also be activated by a fired arrow Arrow Type Combat Durability N/A Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) Internal ID Normal / Tipped: PC: 10, PE: 80 Spectral: PC: 24 Network ID Normal / Tipped: PC: 60 Spectral: PC: 91 Entity ID Normal .
- Mobs "Monster" redirects here. For the mob called "monster" in the code, see Human. Mobs are living, moving game entities. The term "mob" is short for "mobile". 1] Contents 1 Spawning 2 Behavior 3 List of cannot activate buttons directly, but arrows fired by skeletons Skeleton Health points 20 () Attack strength Bow: Easy: 1 () - 4 () Normal: 1 () - 4 () Hard: 1 () - 5 () Sword: Easy: 2 () Normal: 2 () Hard: 3 or dispensers Dispenser Type Block Requirements None Physics No Transparency No Luminance No Blast resistance 17.5 Hardness 3.5 Tool Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) Flammable No First appearances See history Drops Dispenser (1) plus contents Block entity can activate wooden buttons.
- When activated, a stone button will remain active for 10 redstone ticks (1 second, barring lag), while a wooden button will remain active for 15 redstone ticks (1.5 seconds, barring lag). A wooden button activated by a fired arrow will remain active until the arrow despawns after one minute or is picked up. Breaking a button hit by an arrow and placing it again will not auto-activate it, but using it an additional time will result in the button being pressed until the arrow despawns.
- While active, a button:
- powers any adjacent redstone dust Redstone Transparency Yes Luminance No Blast resistance 0 Tool Any tool Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) Flammable No Availability Survival Drops Redstone (1) Data values See Data values Name See Data values This article is to power level 15, including beneath the button
- powers any adjacent redstone comparators Redstone Comparator Transparency Yes Luminance No (7 when powered, in Pocket Edition) Blast resistance 0 Tool Any tool Renewable No Stackable Yes (64) Flammable No Drops Redstone Comparator (1) Data values See Data values Name or redstone repeaters Redstone Repeater Transparency Yes (partial) Luminance No (7 when powered, in Pocket Edition) Blast resistance 0 Tool Any tool Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) Flammable No Availability Survival, Creative Drops Redstone Repeater (1) Data values facing away from the button to power level 15
- strongly powers its attachment block to power level 15
- activates any adjacent mechanism components, including above or below, such as pistons Piston Transparency Yes Luminance None Blast resistance 2.5 Tool Any tool Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) Flammable No Drops Itself Data values See Data values Pistons are blocks capable of pushing most blocks, depending on , redstone lamps Redstone Lamp Transparency Partial (when on) Luminance Yes, 15 (when on) Blast resistance 1.5 Tool Any tool Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) Flammable No Drops Itself Data values See Data values Name See Data values , etc.
- When a button changes state it will provide a redstone update to all redstone components adjacent to itself (including above and below), and to all redstone components adjacent to its attachment block.
Wooden buttons can be used as a fuel in furnaces Furnace Type Solid Block Requirements None Physics No Transparency Partial (when active) Luminance Yes, 13 (when active) Blast resistance 17.5 Hardness 3.5 Tool Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) Flammable No First appearances See History Drops , smelting 0.5 items per button. Javaedition only Minecraft Author(s) Mojang AB (Credits) Markus "Notch" Persson (Creator) Jens "Jeb" Bergensten (Lead Developer) Jon "jonkagstrom" Kågström (AI Programmer) Nathan "Dinnerbone" Adams Erik "Grum" Broes Michael "Searge" Stoyke Thomas "ProfMobius" Guimbretière Agnes "LadyAgnes" Larsson Maria
A button`s type is defined by its ID name, and its orientation and activation status is stored in its block data. A button also has a block state which is expected to replace the functionality of block data in a future version.
A button`s ID defines what type of button it is.
|Name See the definition of the block states. For the files that determine block models, see Models#Block states. Block states are extra pieces of data that further define a block. Contents 1 List||ID Name||Block ID|
|Stone Button|| ||77|
|Wooden Button|| ||143|
- See also: Data values See values from the latest PC version of Minecraft. For values from Classic, see Data values/Classic. For values from Indev, see Data values/Indev. For values from the Pocket Edition, see Pocket Edition
A button`s block data stores its orientation, and whether it is active:
Three bits storing a value from 0 to 5:
|0x8||If this bit is set, the button is currently active.|
- See also: Block states
|Name See the definition of the block states. For the files that determine block models, see Models#Block states. Block states are extra pieces of data that further define a block. Contents 1 List||Value||Description|
| ||The direction to the button, from the block it is attached to. |
Opposite from the direction the player faces when placing a button.
| ||True if the button is currently activated.|
|Alpha Alpha Starting version Alpha 1.0.0 (Jun. 28, 2010) Latest version Alpha 1.2.6 (Dec. 3, 2010) Paid Yes Alpha versions 1.0.0 to 1.2.6 are available to play in the launcher. Be that as it may, please note that these versions|
|1.0.1||Added stone button in the Seecret Friday Update 3. |
|1.4.2||12w34a||Added wooden buttons.|
|12w34b||Changed crafting recipe for both stone and wooden buttons.|
|12w37a||Changed redstone signal duration of the button from 9 to 12 redstone ticks|
|1.8||14w04a||Buttons are now able to be placed on the top and bottom of blocks.|
|1.9||15w43a||Wood buttons are given a different sound from stone buttons.|
|16w02a||Wood buttons are now broken more easily with axes, and stone buttons are broken more easily with pickaxes.|
|1.11||16w33a||Wooden buttons can now be used in furnaces.|
|Pocket Edition Alpha|
|0.13.0||build 1||Added buttons.|
|TU1||CU1||1.0||Patch 1||Added stone buttons.|
|TU9||Added wooden buttons.|
|Changed crafting recipe for stone button.|
|TU14||1.04||Wooden buttons can now be triggered by arrows.|
|TU31||CU19||1.22||Patch 3||Buttons are now able to be placed on the top and bottom of blocks.|
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When used with redstone, it can activate mechanism-related items, such as doors, pistons or TNT. When pressed, it will send a short pulse of power (lasting approximately 1.0 seconds, or 10 ticks) to any redstone-powered item.
Inside Snapshot 12w34a, a Wood variation of the regular button was added and is created by placing a Wood Plank anywhere in the Crafting Grid.
|None||/ Wooden Planks Stone||None|