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  1. Bricklink has it nicely payed out the last I checked. Here part relationships should show up when looking at a part, but we don't have anything quite like what they have. http://www.bricklink.com/catalogRel.asp?utm_content=subnav Or more precisely http://www.bricklink.com/catalogRelList.asp?relID=3&catID=43
  2. Not sure if there is any sort of element ID import available, but there is an API if you want to see if you can accomplish what you want with it. http://rebrickable.com/api/
  3. Thanks, should be fixed now.
  4. Looks like that is the case with the motorcycle, though removing the wheels from the motorcycle isn't that big of a deal in my opinion.
  5. Inconsistencies happen due to us being humans, emphasis on the plural. I generally put the non building stuff into accessories like the play mats and other items. Supplement probably makes sense for the classic sets and building buckets that are just a massive assortment of bricks that sometimes don't have any instructions at all. Set and sub sets (including the classic sub sets that have instructions) should be considered normal even if they are very small as set size can be filtered. Just my thoughts though.
  6. The tricycle parts actually look to be considered separate parts by Lego, so the inventories should really be using the separate parts of the assembly. Subparts don't really work properly in v2, if an assembly is used in an inventory, it doesn't really recognize the subparts when doing build calculations.
  7. When something is as messed up as the tricycle assemblies, it is best to leave it to the forum discussion instead of making a ton of change requests.
  8. Added the assemblies into the spare parts section of the ones that had the parts broken down to make finding them easier. Didn't break down the sets that just have the assemblies listed. Changed the assembly numbers so they should match up now. Did not do anything with the old motorcycle, lunch break is over.
  9. Yes, also, once you have your list entered, or even before, you can find hints by rare pieces. So if you have something in lime green that's only used in 4 sets, it makes narrowing things down easier. Useful for used bulk lots. Also can be useful for tracking down minifigure part numbers.
  10. http://www.bricklink.com/ http://www.brickowl.com/ http://shop.lego.com/pab#shopxlink http://www.lego.com/en-us/service/replacementparts?chosenFlow=3
  11. the first one was already added http://rebrickable.com/sets/30422-1/kais-mini-dragon-ninjago-2016
  12. If you just want to see what minifigures you have from the sets you own, brickset does a good job of this.
  13. On the other hand, I think the default settings still filter out the unused parts when a search is done.
  14. http://rebrickable.com/parts/3436
  15. Which sets are you all wanting disabled?