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  1. (I accidentally submitted it as bright light orange at first. It's not - it's yellow.)
  2. I found a couple of similar cases: The inventory of 10696-1 - Medium Creative Brick Box contains four Erling bricks - two dark bluish gray and two green. According to the database, they are 4070: Brick Special 1 x 1 with Headlight and No Slot According to the set I bought, all four of them are 4070a Brick Special 1 x 1 with Headlight and Slot The same goes for 17101-1 - Creative Toolbox (the Lego Boost robotic stuff). There are four yellow 4070 in the inventory, but in my set there are four yellow 4070a. Now, you could argue that the difference is so small (and it doesn't change the functionality at all) that the two molds should be combined into one entry. But since they are currently two different entries in the database, I thought I'd let you know. The 4070a entry doesn't have any photo, and it doesn't even exist in yellow, so I will submit a photo of the yellow one. Regards /P
  3. Pal

    Gold color question

    I guess it's reflected in the database too... these two are both pearl gold. And they also differ in reality, although not as much as in the picture.
  4. Done. I submitted two photos - one with silver background and without reflections, and one with white background but with reflections. I'm not photographer enough to make my phone take a photo with white background and no reflections.
  5. The Rebrickable database entry for Mack Anthem ID 42078-1 list part ID 92946 ("Slope 45° 2 x 1 with 2/3 Cutout [Original Version]") in Dark Bluish Gray - but I got 15672 ("Slope 45° 2 x 1 with 2/3 Cutout [New Version]") with mine. Here is photo showing the part ID being 15672: Here is a comparison: 1, 3, 4, 6 and 7 are 15672. 2, 5 and 8 are 92946. 4 and 6 are from Mack Anthem. (My apologies for the dog hair...) I don't know if this is a one-off, or if this goes for all sets with ID 42078-1 (since I did not buy all of them). URLs: Mack Anthem 42078-1: https://rebrickable.com/sets/42078-1/mack-anthem/#parts 92946 Dark Bluish Gray: https://rebrickable.com/parts/92946/slope-45-2-x-1-with-23-cutout-original-version/72/ 15672 Dark Bluish Gray: https://rebrickable.com/parts/15672/slope-45-2-x-1-with-23-cutout-new-version/72/ Regards /P
  6. Hmm, I'm not sure where you want that photo? The general https://rebrickable.com/parts/43337/panel-1-x-4-x-1-with-rounded-corners-thick-wall/ already has a photo, and Dark Azure isn't listed (and the color error is still there). Should I wait for a database update or similar first?
  7. I keep track of where (most of) my lego parts came from, but I don't know about these. I know these did not come in a set, and they did not come from Brickowl. My third biggest source of parts are the loose parts boxes at my local Lego Store, but I only have two of these - and when I buy from the loose parts boxes I usually buy much more than that. So I don't know where these came from. Brickowl lists a bunch of sets where this part comes in dark azure, but Brickowl doesn't distinguish between 15207 and 43337. https://www.brickowl.com/catalog/lego-dark-azure-panel-1-x-4-x-1-with-rounded-corners-15207-43337
  8. I have the 1 x 4 panel with thick wall ID 43337 in dark azure. When adding them to Rebrickable, they give a color error. Only 15207 (the same piece with a thin wall) is available in dark azure. Here are pictures showing part ID and comparisons with 15207/43337 pieces: Part ID 43337 clearly visible: Comparison with part ID 15207: Comparison with another part ID 43337 (or actually ID 30413 since it's transparent): Color error: Related parts: https://rebrickable.com/parts/15207/panel-1-x-4-x-1-with-rounded-corners-thin-wall/ https://rebrickable.com/parts/43337/panel-1-x-4-x-1-with-rounded-corners-thick-wall/ Regards /P
  9. Pal

    Gold color question

    I'm too color blind to drive a ship or an airplane, but I can still see the difference. But yes - I think you are right, they're both the same color, just different.
  10. Pal

    Gold color question

    The 1 x 1 round plates don't exist in Metallic Gold (at least not according to Rebrickable).
  11. Pal

    Gold color question

    The only official colors for 1 x 1 round plate I can find are chrome gold and pearl gold. Clearly, none of the two 1 X 1 round plate piles are chrome gold. And they're not the same color. So what would that third gold color be??
  12. Pal

    Gold color question

    Here's a photo with flash.
  13. Pal

    Gold color question

    (This ended up in the wrong forum section - but I can't move it and I can't delete it, so it is what it is.) I have a bunch of pieces in gold color. They're all official Lego parts. But I can't figure out the colors of the 1 X 1 round plates. In the picture, I have colors: A : Metallic Gold (Confirmed) B : ??? C : Dark Orange (Confirmed) D : Pearl Gold (since it is the same as E) E : Pearl Gold (Confirmed) F : Chrome Gold (Confirmed) I know it's hard to see on a computer screen - but what color is B? Regards /P
  14. Pal

    Identify this part?

    That's my conclusion too. The numbers don't look like what Lego usually print on their pieces.
  15. Pal

    Identify this part?

    Hi I have this part. I'm not even sure it's Lego - but it has what seems to be an axle hole in the middle. I have not been able to find it in the parts database. The numbers on it says "M020-1" and "U3". Anybody recognize it?
  16. The "Element" image of part # 2850b is showing a 2850a (with the side slot). The "LDraw" and "Photo" images are correct though. You can clearly compare the difference on the part page at https://rebrickable.com/parts/2850b/technic-engine-cylinder-without-side-slots-with-bottom-slots/ and also compare with the 2805a and 2850b comparison images below. Part # 2850a is at https://rebrickable.com/parts/2850a/technic-engine-cylinder-with-side-slots/ (where all three images are correct). I think the "Element" image comes from Lego themselves, so maybe there's not much we can do about it.. but now you know. Regards /P
  17. Great. Let us know when there are any updates. And let me know if you need any coding help.
  18. Additional: And - if/when it is possible to import parts lists - there also need to be a way to search for parts by name/description and/or number, with or without the possibility to drill down categories.
  19. Hey Dragma, this is what I'm looking for! Almost perfect! Only one piece missing: It is based on sets. Only one tenth of all my parts come from sets. The rest are bought in brick bags or from Bricklink/Brickowl or in other ways. So my feature request would be a way to synchronize with Rebrickable parts lists - and preferably be able to choose which list(s) to synchronize - in stead of using the sets. Regards /P
  20. Pal

    Global part notes

    I thought so too - either that there was global part notes hidden somewhere, or that there was a way to click from the full details page to the individual list items page (for instance by clicking the amount numbers in the color / list item matrix) - but I haven't found anything.
  21. Pal

    Global part notes

    Hi If you click on a part in a part list, there is a note section with storage location and general notes. If you search for a part and click to get the part details (or click on the full part details link above), there is no note section. It means that notes are specific to the list item (and color). It also means it's very hard to get to the notes - you have to find the specific list item first, which you can not do through searching. Since I store my parts by type (independent of set / color / list), my feature request (wish) would be to have the same kind of notes section on the full part details page - where it would be independent of set / color / list. Then it would be easy to find - just search for the part and there it is. Regards /P
  22. This is exactly what I was looking for. And self-hosted but still using a central parts database makes it even better. Great! Thanks to TobyMac for pointing me here. https://rebrickable.com/forum/index.php?/topic/2981-personal-lego-inventory/&page=0#comment-23987 To answer Biodreamer's first question: You can only add notes to list items in Rebrickable, not to parts. I.e. if you search for a part and click up the details, there are no notes. The only way to find the location is to manually browse the part list until your eyes catch the specific part. If it was possible to add notes to a list item, it would fill my needs. Gott nytt år för övrigt! @Aburgueno: How is the python app run / installed? Is it acting like a web server, or is it a command line app that will output an html file if I feed it with a CSV? Is there a way to keep Rebrickable as my master repository of parts, and just add the location? Or should I stop asking questions and go read the code? Regards /P
  23. Pal

    Personal lego inventory

    Great! I actually did search, but I will search again.
  24. Pal

    Personal lego inventory

    I'm trying to use Rebrickable as my personal home inventory. Basically it means I need to add a note to every part, to indicate where it is located. But the problem is that the notes are list-centric. I can't add a note to a lego part - I can only add a note to a lego part IN A LIST. That means there's no easy way to get the location. If I search for the part, I get the overall part details - where there are no notes. It will tell me what lists it is in, but there's no link to the list-specific part details where the notes are. No matter how I organize my parts into the lists, I end up having to manually browse the full list of parts until my eyes catch the specific part - which makes it kind of useless. Is there any way around this? The possibility to add a note to the part (and not to the list item) would be enough. (Acceptable solutions include other sites / software, as long as I can use Rebrickable as my master repository.) Regards /P