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On May 25, 2017 at 9:41 AM, ArkansasBricker said:

When I search for 3626cpb1029, it shows 3626cpr1326. 1326 has freckles while 1029 does not.

Quoting the description for Bricklink part 3626cpb1029 

Minifig, Head Dual Sided Female Black Eyebrows, Eyelashes, Freckles, Pink Lips, Lopsided Smile / Determined Pattern (Wyldstyle) - Stud Recessed

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1 hour ago, waterlego47 said:

done. and thanks again for providing the links.:wub:  It saves me a great amount of time.

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On May 25, 2017 at 3:56 PM, ArkansasBricker said:

The legs assembly 970c00pb045 , for Space Police 3 Officer 3 is missing.

970c00pr0127 is also mapped correctly.

You seem to be having difficulty using the search.  Can you tell me what method you use to look for these parts at Rebrickable?

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17 hours ago, thea said:

Thanks thea for getting back to me. I tried the part number again, and needless to say, it worked. I don't know what I was doing when it appear to fail for me.

Thanks again, and I'm sorry to take your time with a non-issue.

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1 minute ago, ArkansasBricker said:

Thanks again, and I'm sorry to take your time with a non-issue.

My husband Paul has started working on his own LEGO collection, and has bugged me about not finding things in the search too.  It takes way more time to walk to the other end of the house to help him ;)  

Turned out he would type something in the box and immediately choose the first item in the drop-down(without reading it :rolleyes:), and it wasn't the one he was looking for.

Another possibility is that you type a number like 970c00pb045 into the search box, and no drop down appears.  It looks like the part is missing, but when you click on the green search button, it will bring up the correct rebrickable part.  I still haven't figured out what causes that one to not have a listing in a drop-down. 

 

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On May 20, 2017 at 2:42 PM, ArkansasBricker said:

When I search for 973pb0321c02, it shows 973pr1192c01. Part 973pb0321c01 exists in the database; c01 has light flesh hands while c02 has yellow hands.

I've made sure the mappings are correct.  I've also created links between the torsos with yellow and light flesh hands to help find the right one quickly.  To change the numbers and make the co1 and c02 part match exactly between Bricklink and Rebrickable would have probably impacted far too many imports.  

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1 hour ago, SimLego said:

1. LDraw
2. https://rebrickable.com/parts/604c/window-1-x-6-x-3-panorama-without-glass-for-slotted-bricks/
3. u8029

(Please note that this is the correct number for this part in BrickLink, but not in LDraw.)

This part is NOT superseding 604a or 604b as incorrectly assumed in their information!

 

45 minutes ago, SimLego said:

1. LDraw
2. https://rebrickable.com/parts/32c/door-1-x-2-x-3-left-without-glass-for-slotted-bricks/
3. u8012

(Please note that this is the correct number for this part in BrickLink, but not in LDraw.)

As a different part with the same part number (32c) does exist in LDraw, wrong picture - not even similar - is shown for Rebrickable 32c.

These items are outside my area of expertise and some sets are shown as only being available to the Scandinavian area.  I'm going to   ask @biodreamer if he can shed any light on this.

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I barely own anything slotted, but it's the first generation of Lego and don't really have the same functionality as the newer one that is standalone and has studs.

Imo these should really be different parts, might be the best way of solving the incorrect mold relationship order c->a->b

it's not quite the same as the bricks without tubes, they can often be used interchangeably while the slotted version will only work with slotted bricks placed just right. The newer mold however could be used with slotted bricks but it wouldn't actually need to be slotted anymore.

so the page is wrong when you look at the a or b mold. That information should be corrected since c was released before any other mold and was replaced by the solid stud version followed by the hollowed stud version. (most with glass)

 

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20 minutes ago, biodreamer said:

I barely own anything slotted, but it's the first generation of Lego and don't really have the same functionality as the newer one that is standalone and has studs.

Imo these should really be different parts, might be the best way of solving the incorrect mold relationship order c->a->b

it's not quite the same as the bricks without tubes, they can often be used interchangeably while the slotted version will only work with slotted bricks placed just right. The newer mold however could be used with slotted bricks but it wouldn't actually need to be slotted anymore.

so the page is wrong when you look at the a or b mold. That information should be corrected since c was released before any other mold and was replaced by the solid stud version followed by the hollowed stud version. (most with glass)

 

Thanks for the response.:)

8 hours ago, SimLego said:

Here is the result of my research on Classic Windows. Hopefully, it can be helpful. Panorama Windows and Doors are at the end.

classic windows.xls

I took a quick look at the chart. Looks like some useful info there.:) I've added it to my 'to-do list', but it will be a while before I can work on it.   

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4 hours ago, thea said:

Thanks for the response.:)

I took a quick look at the chart. Looks like some useful info there.:) I've added it to my 'to-do list', but it will be a while before I can work on it.   

Thank you. But before you take on that massive task, I believe a decision has to be made about what elements are to be considered real parts.

From my strictly Scandinavian perspective, I thought that LEGO never issued window frames (or doors) without a glass permanently glued to it, since I had never encountered any by then. I was proven very wrong. Now I have no clue on what sizes or versions came without glass, but my guess is that Peeron comes closest to the truth here(?)

But still yet, to make it even more complicated (or maybe easier) I now have found out that some glasses aren't glued at all, but just snapped on using a barb-like holder. So that means you can disassemble them without destroying anything. And furthermore, I personally am so attached to Classic Windows that I count even those with a broken or lost glass in my inventories. So for that reason, I would wish for a c01 and a plain frame (no glass) version of all variants, regardless if they've been officially issued or not, even though it may be a bit against the protocol.

I have ignored the fact that LDraw and BrickLink also have part numbers for the glasses. This since Rebrickable is oriented toward models you can actually build; official sets and MOCs. You can build with a window frame without glass, but using a glass pane without its frame is just hypothetically possible, so those would be of very little use here I believe.

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6 hours ago, SimLego said:
  1. LDraw
  2. 604c01
  3. LDraw: 604bc01

 

 

6 hours ago, SimLego said:
  1. LDraw
  2. 29c01
  3. LDraw: 29cc01

 

6 hours ago, SimLego said:
  1. LDraw
  2. 27c01
  3. LDraw: 27cc01

 

6 hours ago, SimLego said:
  1. LDraw
  2. 7930
  3. LDraw: 7930c01

 

24 minutes ago, SimLego said:
  1. LDraw
  2. 7b
  3. LDraw: 451

Please use the change request on the specific part detail page for this type of information.  Change Requests go directly to the System list for Admins, and also make it easier to apply the correction.  We ask that Forum posts be reserved for new members that haven't yet reached the necessary level to submit a Change Request.

If you must use the Forum, it is helpful to combine several similar items in this topic in one post.  Each post here generates an email to at least 10 addresses.  

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12 minutes ago, SimLego said:
  1. LDraw
  2. https://rebrickable.com/parts/x148/technic-expert-builder-bush-type-2/ "Technic Expert Builder Bush Type 2"
  3. LDraw: 451 "Technic Bush with Three Flanges"

(I don't understand the description "Type 2" either, because I can't find any Type 1. That would problably be part #3713(?) But that's not important, just a notice.)

This is type 1, you have to know it. not on every website are the names the same an from a part of them it was copy paste in the past and that has never been changed.

Edited by Lucky-Ramses

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Part 31875 does not have a correct BrickLink mapping. This is a chameleon (misspelled as Cameleon on Brickset and here on Rebrickable). However, Rebrickable only contains one print, which is marked as the colour "lime". In reality, there are 3 prints (the purple-lime one in Lego set 41185-1 (2017), the all green one in Lego Friends magazine LEA-104 (not on Rebrickable), and the green-magenta one, source unknown to me). These prints are known as 15678pb01, 15678pb02, and 15678pb03 at BrickLink. So I'm inclined to submit a change request to change the BrickLink ID to 15678. Unfortunately, searching for 15678 does not yield any result at BrickLink. So my question: what should I submit as BrickLink ID in the change request?

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