Breeops

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  1. Thanks to both of you! I'll try it out. I'm not looking forward to all the work, but it's really what I should have done in the first place. Ah, well... Now, if only my 3-year-old would quit messing up my piles of bricks... His current obsession is pulling apart and then putting together the R2-D2 minifig, so maybe that will hold him off long enough for me to get *some* work done.
  2. Hi all, I've been a member of the site for a little while and absolutely love it. Thanks to the creators of Rebrickable; I've been spreading the word to friends and family about how awesome this site is. Anyway, on to my topic: I picked up a Lego collection from a garage sale a few years ago and never inventoried it...add to that a bunch of other used Lego, new Pick A Brick pieces, and disassembled sets, and I've got a LOT of pieces. Now I am wanting to fully inventory everything, but when I click on a particular piece, I can't see exactly what colors I have from what sets very easily. That is to say, I don't know if I can separate the pieces that go with my disassembled sets from the random non-set pieces I have bought along the way if I am just looking them up for the purpose of inventorying them. Is there an easier way to inventory my loose parts without having to rebuild each of my sets (and I have a lot)? I only have a certain amount of time to dedicate to this each day and would love to know exactly what I have so that I can start building more elaborate things with my kids. I'm not sure if this even makes sense, and I apologize if a similar topic has been posted previously. I'll put in whatever work I need to, but anything that might save me a little bit of time would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance. -Kerry-