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  TEXMAP Fallback
Posted by: Orion Pobursky - 2020-05-13, 23:31 - Forum: Parts Authoring - Replies (4)

I started using img2dat to do rough fallbacks for the stickers I've submitted but file size is huge (even after dat header optimization). I don't think this is worth the trouble. Thoughts?



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  Tile 1x2 "Fabulous Las Vegas" pattern?
Posted by: N. W. Perry - 2020-05-13, 18:38 - Forum: Part Requests - Replies (18)

Just before I get started myself, is anybody already working on the "Fabulous Las Vegas" sign pattern from Architecture set 21038/21047?
https://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemPic...3069bpb669

And, any good straight-on photos of the part, other than the BL one above, and this one from Brickset—?
https://www.flickr.com/photos/brickset/2...ateposted/

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  LDCad Connector License
Posted by: K Johnson - 2020-05-13, 17:53 - Forum: LDraw Editors and Viewers - No Replies

We have decided that we will most likely make our VR LDraw editor free to use. Additionally, we hope to bring the MOC market to the game to expand people's ability to buy and sell bricks within the game. 

Since the software itself is offered for free and only the MOCs are monetized, would this be an acceptable use of the LDCad connector data?

Thanks!

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  Looking for part 19917
Posted by: Merlijn Wissink - 2020-05-11, 17:29 - Forum: Part Requests - Replies (6)

I'm in need of part 19917. It's supposed to go together with part 19916, but I don't need that one, only looking for 19917. The part is available in LDD.

I hope someone is able and willing to make it  Smile

Thanks!

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  Technic 2012
Posted by: Tomas Kralicek - 2020-05-11, 16:42 - Forum: Official Models - No Replies

9393 - Tractor [Technic, 2012]
[Image: 800x601.jpg]
Download MPD (OMR compliant)
Known errors: None
Done with: LDCad 1.6d

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  prototype starship (hard sci-fi)
Posted by: Franklin W. Cain - 2020-05-10, 19:34 - Forum: MOCs (My Own Creations) - Replies (6)

A prototype starship, using the Alcubierre-White Warp Drive Proposal.  ;-)  

Franklin



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  LDCad problem with graphics card driver, linux
Posted by: Owen Dive - 2020-05-10, 5:53 - Forum: LDraw Editors and Viewers - Replies (9)

Hi Roland (and anyone else who cares to partake of this discussion!)



I've noticed a problem with LDCad (1.6d) and the latest graphics card drivers that my system updates manager wants me to install.

After upgrading my nvidia drivers from 390.116-0ubuntu0.18.04.3 to 390.132-0ubuntu0.18.04.1, I find that LDCad won't start. Running it in my terminal, I get the following error message:



Code:
$ /usr/bin/LDCad
The program 'LDCad' received an X Window System error.
This probably reflects a bug in the program.
The error was 'BadValue (integer parameter out of range for operation)'.
  (Details: serial 459 error_code 2 request_code 154 minor_code 24)
  (Note to programmers: normally, X errors are reported asynchronously;
  that is, you will receive the error a while after causing it.
  To debug your program, run it with the --sync command line
  option to change this behavior. You can then get a meaningful
  backtrace from your debugger if you break on the gdk_x_error() function.)
I am almost certain this message was produced by some software other than LDCad, perhaps something in the desktop management stack. Certainly adding the --sync flag didn't change anything.



I've had a look at LDCad's logfiles, and can't see anything immediately wrong. It goes through setting up the color bins etc, and then just stops. The last line in the logfile is:

Code:
00257 | 2020-05-10_15:01:09 | Progress | Validating inventories. | done.
When it's working, the next logfile lines are all about setting up the rendering engine, which would be problematic if there's some incompatibility with the graphics card driver.



It's no real difficulty to roll back to the old version of the driver (fortunately, it was only a day or so ago that I installed these updates - it's possible that I could have gone for quite some time before noticing the problem), but I wondered if you had any thoughts as to what might be the root cause.



In short, I'm not really expecting you to fix my problem, but if, as the message suggests, there's a bug in LDCad, I figured you ought to know!

I hope you're keeping well in these interesting times.



Owen.

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  program for set and part administration
Posted by: Stefan Frenz - 2020-05-09, 15:51 - Forum: LDraw Editors and Viewers - Replies (2)

Hi all,

I don't know which program to use to administer my sets and the parts in those sets as well as my loose parts. I searched the web and the forum, but I'm sure I did something wrong: I couldn't find something convincing. So I'm thinking of extending LDInspector to treat several PBG-files as one big list with annotations (like owner, price, whatever). This could be done by extending LDCads part bin concept to remember part owner and other annotations (which would result in multiple different lines for same part but different annotation). I don't want to re-invent the wheel if there is a good program that you could recommend. If there is no such program - would you consider such a program or an integration into LDInspector to be useful?

Use-case:

  • Household with about seven Wink people playing with bricks.
  • No concerns to upload all this data to Rebrickable.
  • Get filterable lists for: sets, parts in those sets, spare parts (partly possible with LDInspector)
  • Do basic maths about parts for built and planned models (partly possible with LDInspector)
  • Mixed bags of bricks with known set numbers => get a list of all parts in one or more sets (possible with LDInspector).
  • Missing and relicted bricks => do inverse search to get set number from part (not possible at the moment with LDInspector).
Thanks in advance
Stefan

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  Which 64 bit progs support complete.zip
Posted by: Willy Tschager - 2020-05-09, 9:05 - Forum: LDraw Editors and Viewers - Replies (2)

I know that LDCad and Leo work with just the complete.zip without installing all the single .dats but I'd like the complete list. In particular:

LDCad
LeoCad
LPub3D
LDview

Any details I should be aware of?

w.

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  new parts from set 75551
Posted by: SNIPE - 2020-05-08, 21:38 - Forum: Part Requests - Replies (10)

Hi,

set 75551 has some awesome new parts in it: https://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemInv.asp?S=75551-1

68568
[Image: 68568.jpg?0]

68325
[Image: 68325.jpg?0]
68327
[Image: 68327.png]
bb1126
[Image: bb1126.png]


There is also new prints but im not as interested in those.

Regards, Snipe

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