OOOooooooo!!! It's like I'm in third grade again and it's Field Day! Except this time I'll try to be useful and not sit on the sidelines spitting on ants.
Anvils break glass
Come on... why and how is this not already possible?
Because it adds a level of realism that is not needed in Minecraft. And robs users of build options.
Have the ability to set down one block and have it complete an entire row of blocks... ie. Have a stone block at one spot and set another block 50 blocks away and be able to fill in entire line.
Someone stays current on their Etho videos.
Fair suggestion... How would you implement it?
Being able to place torches on the sides of fence posts.
Again, why is this not already an option?
Probably has something to do with how the two blocks connect to each other. Or rather don't connect. If you don't mind having floating torches, Sure! Make this happen.
Using fences as a post that stays in post shape when placed on its side and not have the legs of the fence..<snip>
Much easier to just make a separate block that does whatever you said.
Along with this concept having 2 doors side by side would create a 2x2 door that opens like a regular door just opens 2x2 blocks inwards. (Do you get what I'm trying to suggest here?).
Yeah, I get it. I supported this idea in the past. I don't think that opinion has changed.
Along the same lines with doors... having the ability to chose how they open would be nice also... like sliding open from side to side, or sliding open up and down... also being able to see the (sliding doors), once they're open on the blocks adjacent to the doors.
More problematic. What would you suggest the best way to implement this is?
Breaking blocks of snow gives you back snowballs.
It would help with taking out blazes because only being able to carry 16 at a time is a pain.
Though it should be implemented that you cannot set down snow blocks in the Nether due to the heat.
So you want snow blocks to drop as snowballs so you'll have more of them to combat Blazes, but you don't want to be able to place snow blocks in the Nether. Huh!? Isn't that a bit like cutting off your nose to spite your face?
Besides break a snow block and it already drops as snowballs.
And snow in the nether doesn't hurt anyone. No support on that one.