thea

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  1. Under your login name at the top of the screen, Click on Settings in the dropdown menu. Once you have the Profile Settings screen, find and click the Inventories tab. Check to see what you have selected as Default Viewing Options. I don't know if this choice affects part lists, but it might help solve the problem to rule out this possibility.
  2. There is nothing from you(nicola) pending in our Sets Waiting for Approval or In Progress. Is there anything in Your Rebrickable homepage list when you log in? If there is, try clearing your Rebrickable cache and cookies. If that doesn't work, send me a private message, and I'll try to help fix it from a different angle.
  3. @Nathan I ran his list through a Multi Buy and came up with 0 Sellers having 60897 in LBG. However, if I went to one of the stores and typed in 60897 it took me to the listings for 4085d with plenty of the part available in that color. Don't know if that will help solve the problem, but it was the only thing I could find that was .
  4. Brickset accuracy depends on when the set inventory was downloaded from lego replacement parts. Rebrickable uses the same source. If I downloaded the inventory today of an older set that had 6005, the download would show 92903, because that is what is available now. This is good for the primary goal of helping Rebrickable members find possible substitute parts that are currently available and likely to be less expensive. Not so good for the historical accuracy.
  5. I'm not thrilled with using 'larger bow', but haven't come up with anything better. What I really need is a specific word description that defines the difference. I did look at a few of my own, and am willing to make the split because the 92903 is actually molded on the part. This may cause some old part list back-up files to have incorrect information, because this isn't a situation that can be normalized. If someone will make a list from the instruction book inventories showing the element ID and the Set Number/s it belongs to, I can transfer the 92903 ones out of 6005. Please put it in a change request marked FOR THEA. We can never make a clean break using a date, because there will be carry overs and random occasions of old stock showing up in later years. I know the instruction books aren't always correct, but they are the main reference for the majority of casual LEGO users.
  6. Bricklink and Brickowl combine 6005 and 92903. Someone could probably figure out which sets have one or the other, but it would require checking the actual instruction inventory for each set to get the element ID and compare it to the design ID. What appear as little changes to you still have to be researched and verified.
  7. I've tried to include the picture in the notes section for part 6005, but it is just too large.
  8. Bringing this to @Nathan He checks the Bugs Topic fairly regularly, so you should have an answer soon.
  9. Rebrickable doesn't catalog boxes or instructions. I've solved this problem for my own collection by creating a Custom List for boxes and another list for instructions. Several Admins are working privately on a list of Element ID numbers that includes boxes and instructions. This may be made available in the future.
  10. If you have any Fabuland figures that you would like to add, I'm doing some work on that category now. Please provide as much information as possible from peeron, BrickLink, and Brickowl. Also, indicate if you can provide a photo that you have created from a part you own.
  11. Yes! I deleted the set, but kept the list because of the link in my post.
  12. Maybe that was is the problem. I moved 8043 from another list into that list when I couldn't delete it. And Sorry! but I just tried to delete it and got the 404 error still. My bedtime now, so I'll check back later.
  13. Flagging this for @Nathan attention, because I'm from the 'bookkeeping=handwritten ledgers' and 'rotary dial phones' era.
  14. It's much easier for Admins to make the changes from a change request. Changes can be made from the Forum topic, but we ask that it be limited to new members. You can easily reach the level needed to submit change requests, just by liking some MOCs, or making some constructive comments on the main site homepage .
  15. @Nathan He's saying that the MOC is based on Set 5571, but when you look at the 15 suggested sets, set 5571 doesn't show up. Here's the result of a comparison between the two. 1336 parts in common (200 unique) that appear in both MOC-0830 Tow Truck and 5571-1 Giant Truck (excluding spare parts). I think back in June I ran a test making only 42023 and 42000 available for building, and set 5571 didn't show up in the 15 suggested.
  16. @Nathan I have Set 8043 in this custom list and I just tried to delete it. It still gives a 404 error. You did fix it once, but then it came back while you were on holiday.
  17. Welcome to the Forum. Thanks for the info. I traced that to the DK book The Batman Visual Dictionary that has 0 parts at Rebrickable. Since you are new, and haven't reached the Level needed to submit a change request, I'll add this to the list for you. We have a slightly different cataloging system from BrickLink. It may take a little while to research and create the parts.
  18. I just got my CMF box yesterday, so I'll be checking all of the 71019 CMFs. There is some info that just doesn't get released from lego.com. BrickLink assigns numbers that start with bb when that happens. I try to avoid creating a temporary part number if there's a chance I can find the right one in a reasonable time.
  19. Another member had been working on the inventory for this set, and I'm waiting for a response to a question I asked. If you have reached the set submission level, you can submit it. If yours is correct, I can approve it over the first one.
  20. In the top Black bar on the main site - MY LEGO - My Custom Lists - and create a New List. It is Private by Default. If you want someone to see it, you have to make it public and give them the URL.
  21. These should all be moved to the correct category now.
  22. thea

    DUPLO (at last)

    October update- I'm still working on Duplo sets released from 2010 to now in-between other Admin duties. If you have any Duplo change requests you'd like to submit for 2010 -present, please include 'For Thea-Duplo' in the text. This will help with the other Admins' workload. If you own a Duplo part and can provide your own photo of it, I will add it if you can provide a reference number to verify it. It will be for loose part list inventory only. We are not adding old Duplo sets at this time unless someone can provide a photo inventory of their own complete set. It is just way too difficult to research the old sets, and most of the inventories are already available at peeron.com or BrickLink.
  23. The total parts list is added now and the 20 individual set inventories are being worked on by a member. Sorry for the delay due to some health issues on my part.
  24. You are right! The older sets from the 1970s should be changed to Legoland. I managed to find a few of these sets when I lived in Europe, but I didn't even notice the category when I added them to my personal inventory. It looks like many of them are vehicles, so it's possible there wasn't a vehicle sub-category for Legoland when the bot added them to the database. It's added to the Admin to-do list to change them.
  25. Thanks for hanging in there through all this. The csv file loaded so easy.