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  1. 1 point
    Hi Jared, Thank you for the clarification. I didn’t realize that the set database is community-driven and I, too, could contribute. Anyway, it’s done: https://rebrickable.com/sets/2000715-1/wedo-20-replacement-pack/ 😄
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    Hi Kikiyoshi, If you are high enough ranked on the site why not give submitting a set a try. You gain more points (and eventually badges) for doing so. It's quite straight-forward but if you have any problems just ask, we'll gladly offer advice.
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    Nathan

    Alienate parts from collection

    Coming soon...
  4. 1 point
    Nathan

    Remove sets parts from parts list

    Another way: copy the set's parts to a new custom list, then compare the custom list with your parts list using the Compare Sets page. The differences will be your original parts which you can export and then import again.
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    TobyMac

    Minifig parts.

    I don't know if there is any documentation for this. Basically the only 'official' numbering is the number that LEGO provides. One of that is the element id, the 6-7 digit number in the inventory in the back of instructions. This is unique for a part/color(/print) combination. This element id is also linked to a LEGO part number. For unprinted parts this is the number molded on the brick itself. For printed parts it's a 5 digit number. This is the one listed in the left column of the partd page for LEGO. Often this is also the number use by BrickSet. We try at Rebrickable to use the count number that is in a element id description. For instance this could be BRICK 2X4 NO. 5, which would become 3001pr0005. But this info is not always available and can sometimes be duplicate numbers. So it's not an exact sience. As long as we have a mapping to bricklink and brickowl numbers, the exact numbering is not really important. When the mapping is in place, the numbers get renumbered when you for instance export a bricklink wanted list. When we add new parts to the database, we always directly check bricklink.and brickowl to fill in these mappings. But it often happens that these are not available yet when we add the new parts. So whenever you find a missing one, please send in the correct mapping.
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    TobyMac

    Minifig parts.

    You can see the difference in the numbering: pr is rebrickable, pb is bricklink. There are some old parts in rebrickable that also have a pb numbering, but they need to be renumbered (low priority) to a rebrickable numbering
  7. 1 point
    TobyMac

    Minifig parts.

    Bricklink and Rebrickable use differenent partnumbering, so they can be different. Normally you can find the bricklink number in the left colom, together with LEGO, LDRAW and BrickOwl. If the link there doesn't work you can send us the correct partnumber using a change request. (Which will give you points 😉 )
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    Nathan

    Alienate parts from collection

    Currently, you have to manually move the parts to a separate list and mark that list as not-buildable. I will be enhancing the Assembled Sets feature soon to also be able to handle your scenario.
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    As a suggestion, it would be useful to have an additional toggle option in the Inventory Options on the a Set page to "Highlight Lost Parts". Perhaps since missing parts are red, owned parts are green, lost parts should be orange? Alternatively, instead of yet another toggle option, just extend the existing "Highlight Missing Parts" toggle to also highlight "Lost" parts (but in a different colour like orange)? And since it's related, perhaps either an additional toggle to "Hide Lost Parts" or, again, extend the existing "Hide Missing Parts" toggle to include "Lost" parts as well. (See attached) My personal preference would be to extend the existing "Missing Part" toggles to avoid more clutter in the Options menu, but I'm sure there will people who use the existing functions in a particular way which would get disrupted I actually assumed that this was how it worked from the start, because when you start out with not many sets, it effectively does. It's only once you get multiple sets with the same part that the difference between how "missing" and "lost" parts becomes apparent. I realise there is the "Lost Parts" view under the MY LEGO menu, but that's like an overall summary across all sets. I feel that a quick way of checking which parts are lost from a given set when checking it's inventory list would be useful.
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    It would be good for non submitter of set inventories to be able to validate both set parts and loose parts. and if they are correct tell the site that you have found the inventory correct. instead of only having submit change request for when it's wrong. This way we can see how likely that there is a human error in the inventory by how many that has validated a inventory to be correct. ie if a change request comes after 25 people has validated it, it's more likely that the change request is faulty then all those before him or her being sloppy. or that it's a question of a second inventory version. up to the admin to decide if they want to roll out any change but this give them more facts to build their decision on. after a inventory change is made the QA count should be reseted to 1. (the submitter) and maybe a QA badge for the set telling how many that has quality approved the set inventory.
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    Nathan

    Set & Part Stats

    The old rankings where quite flawed. There will be something to replace it in the future once things have stabilised.