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  1. Parts photo's always need to be approved as far as I'm aware. Generally it's done within a couple of days assuming the pictures are high enough quality. I don't think that other people's part photos do appear instantly. If you want to see a record of the changes for a part you can scroll to the bottom of the page and click "See change log". This shows the time the photo was submitted as well as when it was approved.
  2. Pleasure, now you know the parts you could submit photos to make the job easier for anyone following you. ;-)
  3. On further consideration if the door frame is only 5 bricks high then it's probably: Although that isn't listed in red in any sets it's generic version has: Let us know if you find the other two.
  4. Backups are a paid plan only option I'm afraid. If you don't have a paid plan you can export your lists and keep your own copy to reimport should you need to.
  5. I can't help I'm afraid. You might have more luck asking on redit's lego subreddit. It has a far larger readership than this forum.
  6. Thanks Nathan.
  7. You need to go into "My Set lists" and click the edit icon. You should then be able to alter the quantity of a set and also be able to delete it.
  8. Looks like it is Not the catchiest of names but from the bricklink reference you gave it's easy enough to find that the only set it appears in is and then locate the part in the inventory.
  9. Thanks
  10. I have tested the process using Opera (similar functionally to chrome) and it works as Thea (and the screen text) described. Taking the majority of items from the selected set and them using another set for the remaining parts, you don't have any control over the additional sets and it doesn't tell you which parts were taken from where so I would suggest using the "Build this Set" functionality to work out what will be used before combining. This is the screen just after I combined my sets, you can see the sets used at the bottom (note the second set appears at the top).
  11. When I view my set lists and then try to filter by a set tag I get told that the setlist is empty even though the filter would only appear if there were relevant sets and the link tells me how many sets there should be. For instance my set lists page tells me I have 33 collectible minifigures: But when I click this link I get this: This error occurs in both Chrome and Edge when using Windows 10, I don't have access to test any other combination currently. The same issue also occurs when filtering search results on the search page. Although it's slightly harder to reproduce as the available tags also apply to any MOCS which are not on the main sets search page.
  12. The filters being an issue makes sense. I often open up that page for a part with any sets because I want to see which of the sets I own. I don't normally care if it's such a common set but if I do I'll manually add a filter to the URL to get it working.
  13. Sounds like a good idea. As a workaround you can search for members in the forum and send them a message via it. I don't think it's guaranteed but I would assume most members use the same username in both the forum and the main site.
  14. I think it depends on how busy the site (and therefore the servers are). At quiet times such as when the US sleeps (morning in Europe) the site works better. @biodreamer, I think you are right. Either have some sort of cache which stores the sets or retrieve just the first 48 sets and wait for the user to click next before loading more. The delay when clicking next suggest the server is retrieving the entire list every time you load a page which seems remarkably inefficient. I assume that @Nathan is aware of these ongoing issues and will implement a better solution when time allows.