• Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Lebostein

  1. Yes, you are right. Have a look to the old "Power functions" components: * The sets are named with "Power Functions NAME" * The parts named with "Electric Power Functions NAME (and optional some details)" Example: "Power Functions Servo Motor" https://rebrickable.com/sets/88004-1/power-functions-servo-motor/#parts "Electric Power Functions Servo Motor with dark bluish gray bottom" https://rebrickable.com/parts/99498/electric-power-functions-servo-motor-with-dark-bluish-gray-bottom/
  2. Thanks! LEGO has renamed all Boost parts with the "Powered Up" tag now (see links to LEGO Shop). On Rebrickable all Powered Up components should start with "Powered Up" in the title (like the "Power Function" parts). At the moment this is very inconsitent. rename: "Boost Color and Distance Sensor - 2x4x2" -> "Powered Up Color and Distance Sensor" https://rebrickable.com/parts/6182145/boost-color-and-distance-sensor-2x4x2/ https://shop.lego.com/en-US/product/Color-Distance-Sensor-88007 rename: "Boost Move Hub - 6x16x4" -> "Powered Up Move Hub" https://rebrickable.com/parts/26910/boost-move-hub-6x16x4/ https://shop.lego.com/en-US/product/Move-Hub-88006 rename: "Handheld Control Unit Powered UP" -> "Powered Up Remote Control" https://rebrickable.com/parts/28739/handheld-control-unit-powered-up/ https://shop.lego.com/en-US/product/Remote-Control-88010 rename: "Powered Up Hub (battery box)" -> "Powered Up Hub (battery box)" https://rebrickable.com/parts/28738/powered-up-hub-battery-box/ https://shop.lego.com/en-US/product/Hub-88009 rename: "Medium Linear Motor - 4 x 6 x 3" -> "Powered Up Medium Linear Motor" https://rebrickable.com/parts/26913/medium-linear-motor-4-x-6-x-3/ https://shop.lego.com/en-US/product/Medium-Linear-Motor-88008 rename: "LPF2.0 MEDIUM MOTOR" -> "Powered Up Simple Medium Linear Motor" https://rebrickable.com/parts/21980/lpf20-medium-motor/ https://shop.lego.com/en-US/product/Simple-Medium-Linear-Motor-45303 rename: "Electric Train Motor Powered UP" -> "Powered Up Train Motor" https://rebrickable.com/parts/28740/electric-train-motor-powered-up/ https://shop.lego.com/en-US/product/Train-Motor-88011 rename: "Electric Powered Up LED Light Unit" -> "Powered Up Light" https://rebrickable.com/parts/22168/electric-powered-up-led-light-unit/ https://shop.lego.com/en-US/product/Light-88005 Thanks!
  3. Sorry for the forum post, but the user TobyMac has reject my change request. Following question: What is the difference between these two Powered Up Motors? https://rebrickable.com/parts/6181852/boost-interactive-motor-4x6x3/ https://rebrickable.com/parts/26913/medium-linear-motor-4-x-6-x-3/ In my opinion, it's the same motor.... Edit: Also Bricklink uses the same Part ID for the Boost Motor and the New Powered Up Set with the single motor... https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=bb893c01&name=Electric, Motor - Boost Interactive&category=[Electric, Motor]#T=C&C=1
  4. The official name of the new electric system is "Powered Up" There are some elements with "LEGO Power Functions 2" (LPF2) in the part name: https://rebrickable.com/search/?show_printed=on&include_accessory=1&q=lpf2&search_type=all And there are some parts with "Powered UP" in the name. The official spelling is "Powered Up", with capital letters.
  5. Since yesterday other things don't work. For example the links to parts like: https://rebrickable.com/parts/2780/ Since I know about Rebrickable this works, but at the moment it don't work....
  6. Create a new part list, import some parts from a csv and you will see the bug. It seems that is a problem of imported parts...
  7. Very strange thing since today. "All my parts" do not summarize the same parts anymore: see image, for example part 88323 or the black pins 2780... it seems there is an entry for the sets and an entry for the non-set parts... The exported csv files contains the same double entries: 2780,0,298 2780,0,154
  8. Is there a limit of API calls in a short time? After 120 calls it is impossible to get a new call...
  9. I have it. I found a nice tutorial site: https://www.dataquest.io/blog/python-api-tutorial/ import requests response = requests.get("https://rebrickable.com/api/v3/lego/parts/3001/?key=xxxx") json_file = response.json() print json_file['part_img_url']
  10. Thanks for the API hint. This works in the browser. Have you a snippet for me to grab the "part_img_url" parameter from a API call like "https://rebrickable.com/api/v3/lego/parts/40490/?key=..." inside a Python script? Thanks!
  11. Lebostein

    part name issues

    Thanks. It seems there are no fixed rules for naming on Rebrickable. There are some things that are not consistent. Examples: https://rebrickable.com/parts/92908/ "Technic, Steering Portal Axle Housing" https://rebrickable.com/parts/92909/ "Technic Steering Hub for Portal Axle" In the first name there is a comma after Technic, and if you rename the second to "Technic Steering Portal Axle Hub" then these two associated parts are listed togehter if you sort by name. Other example: Sometimes pins with the length of 3 studs are marked with "3L", other pins are marked with "Long": https://rebrickable.com/parts/11214/ "Technic Axle Pin 3L with Friction ..." https://rebrickable.com/parts/6558/ "Technic Pin Long with Friction ..." I know, these things are peanuts and the database has grown over the years and and different people are making entries - but that makes finding things and the output of sorted lists a little more logical...
  12. Lebostein

    part name issues

    the part names of 18940 and 18942 starts not with the prefix "Technic", all other Technic parts start with that prefix: https://rebrickable.com/parts/18940/ ("Gear Rack...") https://rebrickable.com/parts/18942/ ("Gear Rack...") https://rebrickable.com/parts/3743/ ("Technic Gear Rack...") Some of the #-marked numbers have a space between # and number, some parts not: https://rebrickable.com/parts/64681/ (without) https://rebrickable.com/parts/64393/ (with) This issues generates strange results while sorting by part name....
  13. I need the pictures for my own html export. I have downloaded the "parts.csv", "part_categories.csv" and "colors.csv" from the Rebrickable database and in combination with an exported inventory part list and a small python script I generated my own inventory list in that style: https://www.dropbox.com/s/m8gp27zx4kbqb6m/tabelle.png?dl=0 At the moment I grab the images from BrickLink, but in this case a colorID conversion is needed and some parts are not available, because there are different partIDs on Rebrickable and Bricklink...
  14. Lebostein

    Badges progress

    Sorry, I am not an english guy. It seems the word "crap" is harder than I thought...
  15. I have a Rebrickable partID and a Rebrickable colorID, for example a Technic Beam 1 x 9 Thick (40490) with an orange color (25). How I get an url to an image of the part 40490 with color 25? On BrickLink this is very easy, .../PN/colorID/partID.png: https://img.bricklink.com/ItemImage/PN/4/40490.png
  16. Lebostein

    Badges progress

    Possible to turn off that badges/Level crap?
  17. Bug: Export Parts to "HTML Grid" shows prices even if "Show part prices" is OFF in the settings Suggestion: Export Parts to "Bricklink XML" needs an extra option to save the file. It is annoying to create a file with open a text editor + copy & paste + save the file. This XML file is needed to create a custom palette in Studio for example (Config... / Custom Palettes / Import a wanted list xml). Suggestion: Export Parts needs an extra option to export/write the displayed parts only (with filters!) Suggestion for the part view: It is possible to display more than 8 parts per line? I have tried to edit "Max Page Width" to the maximum, but this has no effect to the number of parts per line... Thanks
  18. I have written a simple Python Script to convert a Rebrickable part list (CSV) to a LDD customized part list (XML). I still have to implement the color conversion (https://rebrickable.com/colors/) and test a little bit...
  19. The LEGO Digital Designer supports customized part lists (with collor and quantity) to build up models with a given amount of bricks (called "palettes"): https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/78072-how-to-create-a-custom-brick-palette-in-ldd/ Would be nice to can export a LXF-file (this is only an special XML-File) from a Rebrickable part list.
  20. I have it. To see all parts, you have to switch to extended mode (View / New themes / LDD extended). In that mode all parts are available, but you have to color you parts by youself...
  21. Can anybode help me? I search the 11 x 3 panel in the Lego Digital Designer (4.3.11): https://rebrickable.com/parts/15458/technic-panel-3-x-11-x-1/ But I can not find this part...
  22. That is the strangest thing on that site. Every action (add, delete, import) needs an extra manual browser refresh to work. And that refresh you have to repeat on every subpage...
  23. I have two accounts now (second account contains my Technic sets, to get a "All my Parts" list with my Technic sets only). But if I switch between two accounts, I can not logout. If I press logout, the the site is reloading, but I am not logged out... Firefox 65.0.1 on Mac OS 10.12.6
  24. Im wondering why the ability to remove or add lists to the calculatuon needs to be available on every page. Is that a feature that is very important for MOC users and designers?