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    Eilu

    Does this count as MOC

    I modified a Creator Parrot so it would look like my real pet parrot. This involved changing brick colors, and altering the shape of the head and back (see photo.) Does this count as a "real" MOC and should I upload it as such?
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    Hi Bastiaan, The errors probably occurred because the b model submitter built it with parts on hand. I'll work on getting the 2 inventories in sync. Thanks for bringing this to our attention. Thea Edits for corrections and comments done in green.
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    Hi, I compared the inventory of set 42078 main build with it's alternative build. I found errors in the alternative build inventory (or otherwise around). According to my research the alternative set has zero unique parts which aren't in the main build. Main set: https://rebrickable.com/sets/42078-1/mack-anthem/#parts Alternative set: https://rebrickable.com/sets/42078-1-b1/mack-lr-garbage-truck/#parts Comparison: https://rebrickable.com/sets/compare/slow/?1-set=42078-1&1-inv=21270&1-user_list=&2-set=42078-1-b1&2-inv=23063&2-user_list= Here we go... Errors (in order of right side of the comparison page inventory): 8x black 2905 should be black 99773. 5x black 32269 should be black 18575 (or vice versa, should match main inventory item number) 1x black 2431 (didn't check this one, probably with print) 1x dark bluish gray 3022 (didn't check this one, could be black) 1x dark bluish gray 3648b should be dark bluish gray 24505 (or vice versa, should match main inventory item number) 1x flat silver 2412b should probably be 2412b metallic silver (or vice versa, should match main inventory item number) 1x 14720 (Main set has 5, alternative has 6, so the comparison page shows 1x. I count 5 so this part shouldn't bementioned in the comparsion. To be clear: the alternative needs 5 instead of 6) 1x red 4519. I cannot find this part in the manual in red. There are plenty in bluish gray. 1x Red 33299a should be 1x Red 33299b (or vice versa, should match main inventory item number) 4x trans-clear 3069b should be trans-black 3069b. Greetings, Bastiaan
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    Here's the one for The LEGO Story: https://rebrickable.com/users/TobyMac/lists/46696/
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    jaredhinton

    Parts with stickers

    We don’t inventory stickered parts. You can add a note to a part saying if it’s stickered but that may be a pro feature, I can never remember.
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    Go to the set your alt is from. Download the inventory (options on top left of inventory, below image). Go to your submission and upload the inventory from the file you downloaded. Bear in mind, you should only list the parts that are actually used in your MOC. If it uses them all then great, but any not used you’ll need to remove.
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    From Nathan's latest blog on the new Undo function: I guess login every single part will be a massive load on the database.
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    MFPIV

    Help Identifying MiniFigure

    I uncovered my Legos from childhood, and was sorting through them. I found 2 Minifigures, that had a blue torso, with what appeared to be a sticker labeled "ground crew" with the launch command logo. I cant seem to find these in any official set. I believe they are from set 6336, as I remember having that one. However resources online indicate a different minifig. I will post a picture when I get home (have to edit down the file size).
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    Aha! I found out what's going on. For all "c00" parts, Bricklink has (recently added?) a zero before the print number. Rebrickable shows them without that zero. So the search function works correctly, but the Bricklink ID in the part info is slightly off. I guess all "...c00pb..." legs assemblies should be updated into "...c00pb0..." ?
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    Memento

    Minifig assemblies

    I would like to have the ability to see the assembled minifigs in a set as well as my collection. Currently I can only get a list of the parts and would have to look at the instructions or other sites to figure out what minifig parts go together. If users were given the ability to catalog and submit minifig assemblies then it could certainly be scripted to catch up on the existing sets. I'd love to volunteer for that job. Thanks! Rob
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    thea

    Working Out Spare Parts After Moc

    I hope this will answer both of your posts. If you are still confused, just ask and I'll try to make it more clear. Start by creating an "available for building" Loose Part list for each large set you will be using. For example label one 42009, another could be Uni-mog or whatever other large set you own. 2 or 3 small sets could easily be combined into one list. Use the part out feature on the Set Home Page to put the parts from each set in the correct loose parts list. Once you have parted out the set, you need to manually remove the set from your Set List. Otherwise you will have a double count of the parts. Edit-After you have all the parts in the loose parts lists, you need to go to the Build tab at the top of a rebrickable page. It will give you options to check off. Check only the "my parts list" box. Then set the match bar to exact. At the bottom, click the Find Sets to Build button. This will give you all the sets with 100% in your loose parts list. Choose the one you need and click on it. This should bring up a page that says "You are able to build this set from your loose parts collection." There will be a link for Combine these parts. (end edit) When you build an MOC with the 100% combine link, you can choose the loose part list you want to start with, and the parts will be removed from that list first. After that parts will be removed from other available part lists until the 100% is reached. The MOC will appear in your chosen Set List. The remaining parts from each set you parted out will be in their own loose parts list, ready to be used for other MOCs. If you wanted to combine all these left-over parts into one list, create a Total loose parts list. Export each separate left-over list to your desktop, then go to the Total loose parts list and import each one using the APPEND button. Once you have added them all to the Total list, be sure to delete each left-over list and all its parts so you don't have a double count. If you wanted to put the 42009 set back together, you could part out the MOCs you built into their own loose part list, remove the MOC from your set list, and then use the "build this set" to get the 100% link for the 42009.