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@ParkGrades - Yes! That's what it does, but I must have missed one :) Which set number did you notice?
Where do I find the file that I need to import?
@prevere Thanks :)
I love this site, now the boys can build more Star Wars sets without bying more. Set 6077 -1 Knight's Procession & 2 Forestmen's River Fortress photos are switched around. Also set 6077 and 677 are the same set, don't know why TLG does separate numbering for the same set.
For your information a 'bunch of bricks' set seems to have got in to the build now target list though: 4782-2 Creator 200 Piece Box of Bricks - Individual Retail Version (2005). I believe you are generally excluding these from the what you can build results so you might want to tweak that one.
The only downside is that generally I don't mix sets, so I wouldn't tear apart 6 sets to build one I didn't have.
My apologies if this is a much discussed topic, but I am wondering if there is a way to connect the Set inventory functionality of BrickSet with the part inventory functionality of BrickLink.
Essentially, I would like to be able to automatically identify the pieces i need to buy to build a different set given the inventory of sets I have already entered on BrickSet. Has anyone done this already?
@rebrickable WOW!!! what a fantastic site, when I have some more time I definitely have to sign up, enter some of the sets I own, and try out what other sets (or maybe even other people's MOC's) I can build with the bricks I own. What a wonderful idea of you!
I believe you could upload your extra parts as a MOC and then use that to see what else you can build.