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Hi there Maybe someone can help me. I am pretty new to Rebrickable. I like it a lot even though I am enountering some problems when adding sets to the Assembled Sets. Example: I add a complete set to my set list. Then I am immediately trying to add it to the "Assembled List". The first 2 sets I added worked fine. But on the 3rd set, no matter, which one I am trying to add, it says "You have 86.9% of the buildable parts in this Set List. Even when I am selecting "Build this Set", it indicates that I have missing parts. I don't understand this since I added this set completely from the "Find Set" option. And the "Use these Sets in Build calculations" is active. Thanks and best regards Benjamin
I have a bionicle body part, with number 47477 on it. When I search for this part with given number, it doesn't show any parts (including search for printed and unused parts). If I search for the entire number, 47477c01bp01 (as found on bricklink) it does show the part. I have noticed that when I search for example: tile 1 x 2 with printed parts included it does show all printed parts. When i search 3069 or 3069b it does not show the printed tiles
Hi, I searched for similar topic, I thought someone might already asked for this but didn't found any topic for this. If my search was wrong and there is suggestion like this, I apologize for doubling and please delete this one. After calculation if I can build MOC, when there are some missing parts, there is possibility to buy them directly, add to BrickLink and BrickOwl lists, export to HTML table, formats for BrickLink, BrickStore, CSV... It might be handy to be able to add these missing parts directly to list of parts on Rebrickable - create new one or add to existing. This will be my "future shopping list" and if I set it to include list with these parts to calculation (which I assume it will only grow with parts that I'm "newly" missing after purchase from this list when evaluating other MOCs. Thanks a lot Kind regards, Milan