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About raystafarian

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  1. 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.
  2. Account - Settings - API At the bottom it will tell you what external site keys you have saved. In your set lists on the left you will see the option to sync sets TO or FROM Brickset. That's the extent of the options available on Rebrickable, as far as I can tell.
  3. Looks like this call is what you're looking for Oops, I misunderstood the question.
  4. Yeah I also run into this, rebrickable won't import a part 59900 in color 1002 (glitter trans neon green) from an io file even specifying it's a bricklink conversion.
  5. 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.
  6. In case you have trouble finding it, it's in your Set Lists and the edit icon below each set there's a checkbox -
  7. I'm having a bit of trouble here. Say I own three sets - Set 100 Set 101 Set 102 Now I like a lot of aspects of these, and they fit together as a theme, so I make something using them. But, I don't use all the parts from all the sets. So I create a custom list "My Series 100 MOC" of the parts that I used, and since these sets are in a list that is "Used in build calculations", when I hit the button to "Build this List", I get the result that I have 100% of the parts, yay! What I want to do is mark these parts I used as something that's built, because they are unavailable to me if I'm looking to build something else. That would require these parts not be included in "Used in build calculations". The only solution I can figure is that I Go to sets 100, 101 and 102 and click "Add Set's Parts to List" (parts list named "Series 100 MOC Parts") and then mark the sets as either not being owned, or put in a set list to not be used in build calculations Go to my custom list "My Series 100 MOC" and export the part list Import the "My Series 100 MOC" parts into my parts list "Series 100 MOC - Built" (Now I have duplicated parts) Manually find all the parts from "Series 100 MOC - Built" in the "Series 100 MOC Parts" list and remove them from it Everything left in "Series 100 MOC Parts" would then be moved to say "Loose Parts" and "Series 100 MOC Parts" would be deleted. Set "Series 100 MOC - Built" to not be used in build calculations Do I have this right? Or is there an easier way?
  8. You know, I think this is a good idea and well reasoned, but I think it might add a layer of complexity that is not needed. An example - if I apply my stickers, then do I have the sticker sheet or do I not have the sticker sheet? I don't usually find sticker sheets in the back of the instructions listed as a part if I'm checking a set in the box vs the instructions..
  9. Huh, you might want to give it a shot at https://softwarerecs.stackexchange.com/ then, seems a database should be able to handle data coming in like that e.g. Box 13 Scanned Shelf 2 Scanned Box 13 is currently at Shelf 2 Box 13 Removed Shelf 2 Empty Box 13 Scanned Shelf 4 Scanned Box 13 is currently Removed Shelf 4 Empty Box 13 placed in Shelf 4 With some error handling on the front end that would be a pretty simple back end.
  10. What you need is RFID tags, one set for containers, one set for shelf spots and a scanner. Plenty of open source applications to handle the data. I'm envious.
  11. Ah, fair enough. What would they be then? Subsets? Would that be the same as (for instance) creating the minifig portions of large sets. Or the pelican for Old Fishing Store 21310? Who draws the line?
  12. I think one drawback is that I don't normally click on any MOCs that have the "Premium" tag, but I would be more likely to click on one that doesn't have it, really enjoy it and then go back to tip.
  13. Missing a few alt builds for some brick packs 10712 Bricks and Gears (https://www.lego.com/en-us/themes/classic/building-instructions##sp=12600) 10712-1-s1 Helicopter 2018 Classic 10712-1-s2 Working Windmill 2018 10712-1-s3 Walrus 2018 10712-1-s4 Heron 2018 10712-1-s5 Duckling 2018 10712-1-s6 Fairground Carousel 2018 10712-1-s7 Sunflowers 2018 10712-1-s8 Turning Drill 2018 10712-1-s9 Barn Owl 2018 10712-1-s10 Orangutan 2018