Forum Upgrade Bugs

    Hinckley
    By Hinckley,

    If you cannot reply to topics, be sure to upgrade your browser, OS, java, etc and restart, clear your cache and restart your computer. If the problem persists please find our Facebook page and let us know. .

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    Forum Upgrade

    Bonaparte
    By Bonaparte,

    Our forums have been upgraded to a new software release. This was needed because our software was getting old and no longer supported by Invision. The admins will still be doing several post-upgrade tasks in the coming days, so don't worry if you see things which look wrong.

     

    IMPORTANT : From now onwards you need to login with your display name or with your email address. On the old forum you used to login with your username (which could be different from your display name). 

    Go this topic to discuss the upgrade, but please be aware that we are still in the middle of the upgrade process. It will take quite some additional time to finish.

     

    WE ARE STILL IN THE MIDDLE OF UPGRADING THE SOFTWARE. THIS WILL TAKE SOME EXTRA TIME. THE BOARD DOESN'T LOOK HOW IT IS SUPPOSED TO LOOK AND SOME FEATURES ARE STILL MISSING. PLEASE BE PATIENT WHILE WE TRY TO FIX THE ISSUES.

     

    - The EB Admin Team
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    LEGO Pictorial Review: 21030 United States Capitol

    WhiteFang
    By WhiteFang,

    Our Eurobricks Sci-Fi Moderator, Bob De Quatre has just published his latest set review on this LEGO Architecture 21030 United States Capitol. Share your thoughts with us and let us know if you like this new LEGO Architecture set.

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    Click here to view 21030 United States Capitol review.

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    REVIEW: 71013 LEGO Collectable Minifigures Series 16

    Rick
    By Rick,

    With the release of Collectable Minifigures Series 16, it is time for Reviewers Academy Teacher WhiteFang's traditional review again. Head over to the Special Themes forum for his usual in-depth review.

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    Planned Software Upgrade

    Jim
    By Jim,

    IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

    This week we will be upgrading our forum software. This means the site will be down for 6 to 8 hours.

    Current plan is to do the upgrade of the forum on:

    Wednesday 21st September

    More information and discussion can be found in the forum upgrade topic.

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    1:17 Ferrari LMP1 Car

    Jim
    By Jim,

    BrickMonkey has created this outstanding 1:17 Ferrari LMP1 Car. Check out the Special LEGO Themes forum to read all about it.

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    LEGO design team needs your input!

    CopMike
    By CopMike,

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    Dear RLUG Ambassadors,

     


    This is a unique chance to provide feedback to the team who develops special brick LEGO products.

    Melody Caddick - LEGO designer in the LEGO Group Licensing & Extended Line Products division (whom many of you know already) – asks for your feedback on some of the projects that is in their current portfolio. The goal is to let the design team know how we are doing with the existing special LEGO brick products. For this feedback session we are not taking input on products you would like to see in the future.

     


    So go here to find out more and to maybe make a difference!

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    Bricks issue 16 is out!

    CopMike
    By CopMike,

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    Stuff to read!
    Bricks issue 16 scales the castle walls, wonders at the world of steam punk and how to accessorise the VW beetle and camper.

    Want to see some more preview? Click away to the General LEGO Discussion forum and have a look!

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    Review: 21029 Buckingham Palace

    Bob De Quatre
    By Bob De Quatre,

    Eurobricks' Global Moderator WhiteFang just posted his review of the new LEGO Architecture set: 21029 Buckingham Palace! Check it out in the Special Themes subforum!

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    Story Time in the Brick Seas!

    Phred
    By Phred,

    Members who sail The Brick Seas, such as Eslandola's own Captain Braunsfeld, have been creating builds to illustrate their stories.

    Captain Braunsfled has recently posted the 13th installment of his story, which started with the adventures of the infamous cunning Captain Cookie to the success of Colonel Brickinson after he has flown the monkey flag. :pir-laugh:

    Check out 13. The Brickinson Case.

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    Come follow other great stories and builds in The Brick Seas.

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    EV3 Catching a Ball in Mid-Air

    Jim
    By Jim,

    One of our latest members, dsharlet, has created a Mindstorms EV3 robot catching a ball in mid-air....that's all I need to say :wub:

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    A Great Looking Schooner

    Phred
    By Phred,

    Our very own Pirate Regulator, Kurigan, found this great Schooner on Flickr and shared it in the Pirate MOCs Forum. Yes, it's made of Lego. :thumbup:

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    Know Your Pieces has now joined Eurobricks after this ship was posted to discuss this model. Come to the Pirate MOCs Forum to discuss this Schooner and other great MOCs.

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    Review - 42055 Bucket Wheel Excavator

    Jim
    By Jim,

    Sorry for promoting this so late, but our very own Technic Regulator Blakbird has published an outstanding review of the 42055 - Bucket Wheel Excavator. Unlike other reviews, this one contains some very cool schematics, with special thanks to Philo. It's definitely worth the read!

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    Review: 41492 Iron Man & Captain America

    Captain Nemo
    By Captain Nemo,

    After fighting his way out of the labyrinth of lines that is SDCC, Eurobricks Review Academy teacher Oky presents his review of this convention exclusive set; a set which foreshadows the upcoming Lego Brickheadz line, to be released in 2017.

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    Unique Ship Building Techniques

    Phred
    By Phred,

    Brethren of the Brick Seas members have been creating some great looking ships using alternative techniques without pre-fab hulls.

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    CB4 built The Nemesis using is own SNOT technique. An unnatural calm has fallen over the Brick Seas as this sailing ship lies in harbour.


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    Dannylonglegs built The Singsong using another SNOT technique altogether. This small merchant vessels trades everything from fine Oleander wine and pepper, to purple and blue murex dye from the coast of New Oleon.

    Come checkout other great builds in Brethren of the Brick Seas in the Pirate Forum.

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