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Incompatibility

MCEdit & Chiseled Blocks

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I was working on the sewer system on the post-apocalyptic map when I realized I could use MCEdit to make my life a whole lot easier, as I was using chiseled blocks to make it look more authentic. I loaded MCEdit up and deleted space so I could just fill it in with the sewer, without having to manually mine all that extremely annoying falling dirt. Rejoined the server, and this happened;

Before:

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After:

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It seemed to only affect the chiseled blocks within a certain radius of the edit, as I used to to delete space for the sewer.

Any workarounds?

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I think that happen because MCEdit can't spot the chiseled blocks, then it replaces them with other blocks from the mod, that have the same ids of the vanilla blocks. I think.

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You seem to have also lost the redstone lamps, but i think that using a map editor would overwrite the blocks like wolf said, you'll probably have to re-do them all manually, unless someone is an mcedit wizard.

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You seem to have also lost the redstone lamps...

No, he didn't lose the redstone lamp. If you look at the walls in the image above, you notice they're made out of half blocks, that in the image below are replaced with a full block. It is covering the lamp. I don't think he lost the lamps.
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No, I didn't lose the lamps. It just irks me that they turn the block into a completely different stone. I wouldn't mind as much if they stayed the same type of stone.

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