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  1. 2 points
    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?
  2. 2 points
    TobyMac

    BrickLink AFOL Designer Program Sets

    Here's the one for The LEGO Story: https://rebrickable.com/users/TobyMac/lists/46696/
  3. 1 point
    silvarsitektur

    Lego Disney Frozen 41155

    https://youtu.be/_w3IOVduTtM
  4. 1 point
    TobyMac

    Help identifying part

    Looks like 3436: https://rebrickable.com/parts/3436/vehicle-tipper-end-sloped/
  5. 1 point
    At the top of a topic there is a follow button. If you follow something, the options for that are in https://rebrickable.com/forum/index.php?/notifications/options/ On the main site, notification options are in Account - Settings - Notifications tab.
  6. 1 point
    Yeah, I understand that. And once I'm done with my project that I'm using it for I'd surely like to give back a little by submitting some contributions. It's just too bad that for so many parts, the Rebrickable system understands the BL name and converts it to the Rebrickable name... if only you enter it in the search field, like in the picture attached. And that's awesome. But for any kind of programmatic automation, this data is not available. There isn't any way that I can request some page that contains the Bricklink number in the URL, and lists the Rebrickable number in the result. So, even though there is a really good database inside Rebrickable for converting the Bricklink number to the Rebrickable number, this data does not seem to be available in any other way than in the pop up search suggestion in the attached picture. Not that I am in any position to complain.... but well, shoot. That's just too bad :)
  7. 1 point
    TobyMac

    Why some sets don't show under Buid?

    All 3 sets are under 50 parts. I believe the standard is put on >50 in the search (the difference between 0 and 50 is small on the scale). Otherwise, I'm at a loss here.
  8. 1 point
    TobyMac

    BrickLink AFOL Designer Program Sets

    Here is the list for 8 Studs: https://rebrickable.com/users/TobyMac/lists/52785/
  9. 1 point
    Is your script on github or anything? The best I've come up with is to 1. Create the custom list 2. Move all the sets into parts, delete the sets 3. Export the custom list as rebrickable csv 4. Use the csv to "subtract" the parts from the parts list 5. Use the csv to create a new parts list Much easier.
  10. 1 point
    Eilu

    Does this count as MOC

    @thea here she is! Her name is Chiclet
  11. 1 point
    Firstly Bricklink list stickered parts which add thousands. Secondly A lot of parts on RB probably don’t have the correct Ldraw mapping which causes the discrepancies between databases. Also the difference will be from older parts and assemblies which LDraw probably don’t have or inventory differently to us.
  12. 1 point
    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.
  13. 1 point
    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
  14. 1 point
    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.
  15. 1 point
    silvarsitektur

    Sunshine Surfer Van

    https://youtu.be/CPP39_fVdbc
  16. 1 point
    silvarsitektur

    LEGO MOC Beach Lifeguard Tower

    Click link below, to watch video : https://youtu.be/xb3go_I8D_I