(2022-11-21, 10:13)Willy Tschager Wrote: [ -> ]Hi,

I uploaded hi-res scans (1200 dpi) of the 6000 - LEGO Idea Book sticker sheets to my webspace:

www.holly-wood.it/tmp/6000 - Lego Idea Book - Stickers.zip

Since there is no sticker sheet number my question is:

Shall we number them sNNa.dat ... aNNBU.dat or sNN ... sNN?

w.

I have no idea about the numbers, but I wonder if there is a difference between L and AG?

(2022-11-21, 10:13)Willy Tschager Wrote: [ -> ]Shall we number them sNNa.dat ... aNNBU.dat or sNN ... sNN?

The

part number spec say

sN, sNN or sNNN, sNNNN Sticker of unknown LEGO number

In the library we already have:

s12a.dat

s12b.dat

s12c.dat

s12d.dat, from the same set.

s13a.dat

s14a.dat

s14e.dat

It looks like you have already made s14e.dat, from that set book 6000. But s14a.dat isn't.

Maybe you should pick a new number and then we could move s14e or even obsolete it?

I think you should use sNNX (where X is a-z and then aa, ab, ac, ) like we do on stickers with a known sheetnumber.

I think the next number to use is 22.

(2022-11-21, 16:54)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: [ -> ]s14e.dat

It looks like you have already made s14e.dat, from that set book 6000. But s14a.dat isn't.

Maybe you should pick a new number and then we could move s14e or even obsolete it?

I think you should use sNNX (where X is a-z and then aa, ab, ac, ) like we do on stickers with a known sheetnumber.

I think the next number to use is 22.

??? Don't have the slightest memory I authored this part but the header contradicts me. Guess its a some sort of collateral damage while I fixed a hold part. Obsoleting it would be best.

w.

(2022-11-21, 16:34)Max Martin Richter Wrote: [ -> ]I have no idea about the numbers, but I wonder if there is a difference between L and AG?

They look indeed the same. Will rearrange the numbers.

w.

I renumbered the stickers.

w.