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Found 9 results

  1. Can I get a List of Set(s) from My Set Lists in which a specified Part (for example: 2577 Brick Round Corner 4x4 Full Brick) exists.
  2. After building/completing an incomple set I bought, I would like to delete some parts from my parts list but I can't seem to find how to do that in the v3 version. Any help would be much appreciated.
  3. TechnicRCRacer

    Strange Part

    Hi, I found this part in a pile of bulk legos. I think that it is related to Minecraft because of the small print, but I cannot find it.
  4. Hi! Not sure this is a right forum and does topic like this has been posted. But, I wan't to ask: "How to submit a sets if the parts aren't in here yet?"
  5. Hi! I'm trying to make a web-app that helps to search parts who belonging to a set, if you have all your pieces mixed together in a big can. Now I see that API return parts and element. I don't understand what is the difference between them. For my app I need to show exactly the part the user need. What I should use? Thank!
  6. Xodarap

    Unknown Part

    Hello, I found a strange hinge/conveyor belt part in a collection of loose parts (see attached photo). Can someone help me identify it? I searched many databases, but without any luck. Cheers, Geert
  7. Hi Am I miss the feature? I like the feature that when display the which set contain the part, it sort by how many of this part appears in the set, While I also think it's useful to sort it in other order, especially by the set's released year. Since you probably won't be able to buy those old set with reasonable price at all. Or, if adding a sort method list will mess up the page UI, at least , show the year in pop up? At present, I always need to turn to brickset for this feature
  8. When building an alternate MOC in LDD, I often need to check the instructions and put all the parts in a file myself, to use it as a template. But I was wondering, since this website has part lists of a lot of official sets, whether it is possible to get those some way or another into a template for LDD. Has this something to do with those export options? Anyway, that would save me a lot of work, so thank you in advance.
  9. I have posted this in the Eurobricks forum already. Currently, it is possible when watching the details of a part to display the sets where the part occured, even sorted by color. So I thought it would be cool to also show the MOCs where the part occured. For example here: http://rebrickable.com/parts/92908 When you scroll down you see the set numbers. Here could be a second "box" that shows the MOCs it appears in. I would expect this to not be a hard change. The data is there. I guess it is a simple additional database query, or not? The discussion on EB indicated this to be a rather "simple" addition with the only problem being how to display the list. I have thought about this for a moment and this is really a tough question. In the case of sets, it is easy, since every set has a unique number and sets are easy to identify that way. I guess the MOC ID would be sufficient there if the rest looks the same as for the sets. A simple additional box should do fine, holding the list of MOC IDs. If I look for sets where a specific part has occured and I do not know directly from the set number what it is, I simply open a new tab, often resulting in a lot of new tabs. I'd do it the same for MOCs, even if I have no idea by the ID what it is. Of course, the list of MOCs would be better if it held the name of the MOC. But on the other hand, there are MOCs with ridiculously long names which would clutter the list, so I'd go for the ID. What do you guys think about that?