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the website is updated. You can have a look at the new parts (difference to Brickset 1392) here (one is an assembly).

Quite a few interesting parts (including tumbler tire...)

the web-page is updated:

LDD Brickset: 1564.1
LDraw Update: 2014-02
PT Server time: 2015-01-02 10:37:10

I could change the status of 82 files:
77 got official
5 are 'new' on the parts tracker

Rolf Osterthun Wrote:Since it is possible to convert LDD data to LDraw compatible data

How exacly are you doing this?
Hey Nicola,

the base for the conversion was described here: http://forums.ldraw.org/showthread.php?t...45#pid1145

Is there something special you are looking for?

thanks, i was just curious.. Smile i'm also looking into the LDD file format.
I guess that primitives, origins etc are then manually inserted/adjusted?
Yes, that's what we usually do to get a well formed/coded part.


there is a new LDD update available (4.3.10).

The digital-bricks.de webpage has been updated:

LDD Brickset: 2248
LDraw Update: 2015-02
PT Server time: 2016-10-05 00:00:00

You can find the new parts here: http://www.digital-bricks.de/en/lddprimitives2248.php

Clearly they used part number of upper or rear mold for Wedo motors/sensors instead of whole assembly design numbers, this explains why the LDraw parts do not show in your chart.
What's the status of parts whith light pink background such as 25699?
(2016-10-06, 7:05)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: [ -> ]What's the status of parts whith light pink background such as 25699?

Hey Philo,

the rows that have a lighter background color represent LDD alias numbers for parts.

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