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Release date

June 19, 2014

Snapshot for



Client (.json)

14w25b is the twenty-eighth snapshot for 1.8, and was released to fix some of the bugs and crashes in the 14w25a snapshot.



  • Wet Sponges
    • Wet sponges, when smelted, will fill empty buckets in the 'fuel' slot with water if possible
  • Commands
    • /clone
      • Added new filtered mode
        • Filters out unnecessary blocks
      • Added new normal mode
  • Debug screen
    • Removed the line on the right-hand side which had displayed the name of the block model the player was looking at


52 bugs fixed

From released versions before 1.8

  • MC-44649 – Minecraft on Mac is called java
  • MC-58557Hopper: fs: Invalid index 0 requested for TranslatableComponent{key='multiplayer.player.left', args=[], siblings=[], style=Style{hasParent=true, color=null, b

From the 1.8 snapshots

  • MC-47513 – Black line at the horizon when using shaders
  • MC-51235 – Various blocks don't display their metadata in the F3 screen
  • MC-54131 – Model names of tall flowers are mixed up
  • MC-54485 – Models names of coloured wool wrong
  • MC-55260 – Slimes despawn instantly

From the previous snapshot

  • MC-56852 – Placeholder texture showing for burning player instead of fire
  • MC-56853 – F3 hovering over grass and log model: IDUNNOMYNAME:*C
  • MC-56858 – Water and Lava textures messed up after changing resource pack
  • MC-56865 – Stairs place the wrong way
  • MC-56868 – Missing map texture
  • MC-56880 – Thrown splash potions have missing texture
  • MC-56887 – Jungle leaves have oak leaves texture
  • MC-56893 – Crash When Placing Log
  • MC-56898 – Missing texture for Enderman-handled block
  • MC-56899 – Chickens constantly flap their wings
  • MC-56905 – When placing a pumpkin, its face does not face the player.
  • MC-56914 – Fast Graphics leaves texture
  • MC-56921 – Repeater not rendering delay length correctly
  • MC-56922 – Bed Doesn't Drop When Broken
  • MC-56947 – Dragon egg item rendering incorrectly
  • MC-56951 – Repeaters and comparators are placed in the wrong orientation
  • MC-56952 – Trapdoor duplication
  • MC-56957 – Dispenser and dropper direction issue
  • MC-56981 – Acacia / Dark Oak Wood Log being dropped as Oak Wood with missing texture
  • MC-56982 – Rendering bug with pistons
  • MC-56984 – Floating Items Dropped on floor
  • MC-56990 – Chiselled quartz block turns into regular quartz
  • MC-57020 – Burning furnaces change orientation
  • MC-57023 – wrong animation while breaking blocks in survival
  • MC-57041 – Missing Barrier Texture
  • MC-57045 – Comparators appear as powered when put into subtraction mode.
  • MC-57075 – customitemnames dont get displayed in itemframes
  • MC-57079 – Elder Guardian able to apply mining fatigue to someone in spectator mode
  • MC-57102 – Grass all neatly lined up
  • MC-57112 – Use damage splash potion to kill guardian crash the game
  • MC-57121 – Superflat world customization visually replaces water ID with Air ID
  • MC-57134 – Items in item frames facing wrong way
  • MC-57178 – Vines are placed on opposite side
  • MC-57234 – placing ladders causes a crash.
  • MC-57312 – Minecraft default world generator crashes.
  • MC-57374 – Stacked "Enchanted" Items Render Incorrectly
  • MC-57378 – Slimes have no particles, even if all particles are on.
  • MC-57385 – End portal frames must be placed in reverse to work correctly.
  • MC-57415 – Scoreboard setdisplay won't show up in tab menu
  • MC-57429 – Magma cubes rendering wrong
  • MC-57555 – Blocks are held wrong
  • MC-57570 – Powered Rail now in powered state in creative inventory
  • MC-57574 – Mipmapping does not work in Inventory
  • MC-57689 – Map #1 looks like purple/black cube in inventory
  • MC-57728 – Blazes missing their black smoke texture


  • Between snapshot 14w21b and 14w25b in total 2651 files changed, 41995 insertions, 43425 deletions for a grand total of 285408 lines of diffs.[1]
  • 14w25a had a notably high incidence of new bugs, which Michael Stoyke (@SeargeDP) attributed to the fact that each developer was contributing a substantial amount of work that had not yet been combined in a snapshot.[2][3]