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  1. teabox

    Assembling Bricksburg

    I might be interested in on of those gears :) I'm very annoyed that they used a non-existing design in the movie version of the super bike. I have wanted to build a replica since the movie came out.
  2. Hmm. I have successfully installed it myself on a Win 10 machine, so not sure why it would fail for you. You get the error as soon as you try to start the installer or later at another certain action?
  3. TLG has responded to earlier statement in the Ambassador forum (My source for this is still Swebrick's Ambassador) So less dead it seems, but still nothing about a future update.
  4. Our Ambassador over at Swebrick has gotten this information out of the Ambassador forum: *sigh*
  5. Got this reply after asking about the next LDD update on the LEGO facebook page.
  6. I don't know exactly how it works, but you should be able to get a refund from Paypal. Contact their help desk and explain your issue for them.
  7. Hello. The problem is most likely that the Installer ("Installer.exe") can't access the file "LxfHandler.dll". Make sure that you have unpacked the "TransClear-Installer.zip" correctly so both files are in the same folder before running the Install tool. If that doesn't work you can try right-clicking on "Installer.exe" and then click on "Run as Administrator". I also heard that files can be "locked" and that you'll need to right click on both "Installer.exe" and "LxfHandler.dll" and then select "Unlock file" (or something like that) at the bottom of the pop-up meny. I hope this helps you.
  8. Doh! I forgot that I had included that file into the project. I'll fix that as soon as I can. Thanks. Sure, you are free to promote and redistribute it how much you like. And thanks for the praise
  9. Thanks :) The image inside the Lxf-file is only 128 x 128 pixels big and scaling it up won't add more details I afraid. I choose to let the Handler keep the original size because I though a smaller image would be better than a larger but blurry image. If you press F5 after generating the "Very big" thumbnails you should get less wasted space heightwise (unless you have files that are not Lxf-files in the folder).
  10. I would like to share this little hobby programming project that I managed to finish enough for a public release. As you can see above, it is a little file that Windows can use to replace (in certain views) the normal Lxf-file icon with a picture of the build. (The picture that is show is one that is generated by LDD and saved in the Lxf-file, not one generated by this software.) Download, unpack and read the readme.txt file for further instructions and information. (You will need to be running Windows Vista, 7, 8 or 8.1 and have .NET Framework 4.5 installed.) https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-FdFWahkMSZSnpyZS10Z2lxUlU/view?usp=sharing Source code for anyone that is interested in that (Written in c# with Visual Studio) https://github.com/henrikzwomp/TransClear
  11. teabox

    Bride and Gloom

    Love the tree
  12. teabox

    Baby Come Back!

    Nice build
  13. teabox

    Ninjago 2013

    The Golden Ninja has green parts printed on it, so I would be surprised if it wasn't Loyde.