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  1. Another collision bug? 78258, the 2L bar, I can’t put a clip flush to its flange, there’s a small gap.
  2. No, it’s okay, I have simple scaffold/replacement: I use a half pin, the bar fits in its hollow stud and the positions are the same as they would be if it was a full pin, with the bar fully in. Otherwise I will always use the wrong part
  3. Ah, shoot. I think you’re right: 20482 (round tile with tiny bar / inkpot) doesn’t fit either. They both seem to want to, but there’s a collision. Thanks for looking
  4. Small collision bug: I can’t put 2x 65426 (resp. 65429) head-to-toe to “make” a 2x4 plate.
  5. On Mac: You should update. On Windows: You should desinstall 4.3.12, be sure to clean the files in your user’s directory (especially, delete the db.lif file but maybe others), then download 4.3.11 and install it (here’s a link to an archive of LEGO’s download pages: https://web.archive.org/web/20190622153357/https://lc-www-live-s.legocdn.com/downloads/ldd2.0/installer/setupLDD-PC-4_3_11.exe ).
  6. Small request: can the bar of 32828 (1x1 plate round with bar / bar with plate) be made so that it fits inside pins, like other bars do?
  7. 27925 is official LDD. If you’re on Windows, check you have LDD 4.3.11 (Help | About, version 4.3.11 and brick version 2670) and not LDD 4.3.12 (also shows as 4.3.11 but with brick version 777).
  8. I don’t know what you did but he doesn’t look happy
  9. 2021-07-14 Toothpaste Fire Remember that many of the new Custom decors can be converted with lxf2ldr and lxf2ldr.html Corrected: 90370 / 90370.dat Minifig Microphone Added Custom Assemblies: 65151 / 65151-f2.dat Technic Shock Absorber 11L Soft 87857 / 87857.dat Minifig Hips and Legs Long Added Custom Parts: 2451 / 245c01.dat Train Wheel 4 Studs with Conical Rim with Stub Axle 3500 / 35.dat Wheel 8 x 35 with 12 Spokes (Complete) 3600 / 36.dat Tyre Large 4470 / 447c01.dat Train Wheel 4 Studs with Traction Teeth with Stub Axle 4143 / 4143.dat Technic Gear 14 Tooth Bevel 5690 / 569.dat Technic Gear 9 Large Tooth 5740 / 574.dat Tyre 10/130 x 17 Offset Tread for Technic Gear 9 Tooth 7039 / 7039.dat Wheel Rim 8 x 18 with 4 Studs and Cylindrical Axle 7049 / 7049b.dat Brick 2 x 4 with 4 Red Axle Bushes and Trans-Clear Underside 9131 / u9131.dat Tyre 7.2/ 45 x 8.8 9237 / u9237.dat ~Wheel Rim 8 x 35 with 12 Studs 24300 / 243c01.dat Train Wheel Spoked with Cylindrical Rim with Stub Axle 24400 / 244c01.dat Train Wheel Spoked with Conical Rim with Stub Axle 24541 / 2454a.dat Brick 1 x 2 x 5 with Hollow Studs and Asymmetric Inner Ridges 28738 / 28738.dat Electric Powered Up Hub 34337 / 34337.dat Wheel Rim 6.4 x 8 with Slot 35394 / 35394.dat Dish 4 x 4 Inverted with Hollow Stud 37091 / 3709a.dat Brick 2 x 4 with Top/Side/End Holes and Hollow Studs 37092 / 3709c.dat Brick 2 x 4 with Top/Side/End Holes and Solid Studs 38339 / 38339.dat Train Wheel Bogie With Pin Slots without Wheelset 38340 / 38340.dat Train Wheel with Pin for Wheel Bogie 40341 / 40341.dat Technic Bionicle Weapon Circular Saw with Axle 6L 45800 / 458c01.dat Tyre for Electric Train 12V Motor Conically Deformed 45801 / 458.dat Tyre for Train Wheel for Electric Train Motor 12V 49612 / 49612.dat Brick 4 x 4 x 2.667 Round Corner with Dome Top 50340 / 50340.dat Hinge Plate 1 x 2 Locking 7-Position with Dual Finger on Side 65138 / 65138.dat Brick 4 x 4 x 0.667 with Rounded Top and Four Top Studs 65803 / 65803.dat Technic Brick 16 x 16 x 1.333 65817 / 65817.dat Technic Beam 15 x 11 with Perforated Center Plate 13 x 9 67759 / 67759.dat Windscreen 6 x 14 x 6 with Conical Sides 68325 / 68325.dat Brick 4 x 4 Round with 3 x 3 Recess with Hole and Snapstud 68888 / 68888.dat Bar 1L Quadruple with 1L Axlehole Hub 72008 / 72008.dat Technic Connector Block 2 x 2 with 1 x 1 Cutout 72206 / 72206p01.dat Wheel 11 x 24 with Integral Rubber Black Tyre 73111 / 73111.dat Brick 3 x 3 x 2 Round with Recessed Centre 76795 / 76795.dat Brick 5 x 5 Corner Round with Slope 45 Chamfer 76796 / 76796.dat Windscreen 4 x 6 x 1.333 Curved Open 76797 / 76797.dat Brick 3 x 3 x 1 Quarter Circle with Curved Top 77180 / 77180.dat Slope 10 x 2 x 2 Curved with Rounded Corner - Left 77182 / 77182.dat Slope 10 x 2 x 2 Curved with Rounded Corner - Right 78256 / 78256.dat Plate 1 x 2 with Clip Vertical on End 78258 / 78258.dat Bar 2L with Thick Stop and Pin Holes 78329 / 78329.dat Plate 1 x 5 78443 / 78443.dat Wing 2 x 6 Left 78444 / 78444.dat Wing 2 x 6 Right 78886 / 78886.dat Slope Brick 65 2 x 2 x 2 Double Convex with Cant 79389 / 79389.dat Bracket 1 x 1 - 2 x 1 Down 373410 / 37341d.dat Minifig Scythe with Bar and Cross Hatched Grip 373411 / 37341a.dat Minifig Sword with Curved Blade and Reinforced Guard with Bar 373412 / 37341b.dat Minifig Weapon Knife Curved 1.6 L Blade with Cross Hatched Grip 373413 / 37341c.dat Minifig Sword Katana 3.5 L with Short Smooth Grip and Square Crossguard 373415 / 37341e.dat Minifig Weapon Hook with Double Blades 722101 / 72210a.dat Wheel Rim 11 x 24 Front with 5 Spokes Importable Custom Parts: 34.dat / 7049 ~Moved to 7049 7049.dat / 7049 ~Moved to 7049b md5sum: 623051426acaeab3cc8fadc934a238d5
  10. 70644 is still not placed the same as the original.
  11. With LIF-Creator.py (there’s a thread somewhere…). But it’s not necessary. You just need to extract the .lif (LDDExtended.lif and/or LDD.lif) and replace the files there with the ones provided by Stephan. And move the .lif in another directory for safe-keeping and to prevent LDD to read them.
  12. Eureka! Full story: the problem was that the Palettes/LDDExtended directory wasn’t effective on my system, and on another computer, re-creating the LIF worked. And note that I’m using Wine. One thing to know with Wine is the local settings directories aren’t exactly what they are in (the different versions) of Windows (for instance, some things that should be under AppData are in Local Settings/Application Data, Local Settings isn’t a symlink as it’s on Win10). So I thought: LDD can’t find the files, it must be looking in the wrong place. So I traced LDD’s file operations… and that #@! reads (actually reads!) all the files in the Palettes directory. So it reads the directory with the new colours… then the old LDDExtended.lif, even if it was renamed and, apparently, the name of the .lif is not important (not even the extension), only the content is. So the last one read decides what you see. TL;DR: be sure to move your old LDDExtended.lif (whatever name you changed it to) elsewhere. LDD reads everything, whatever their name and extension.
  13. Update 2021-07-11 Added: 11777 / 11777.dat Animal Eagle Wing Right 11778 / 11778.dat Animal Eagle Wing Left 13785 / 13785.dat Minifig Hair with Ponytail and Fringe 15503 / 15503.dat Minifigure Hair Female Beehive Style with Sideways Fringe 23922 / 23922.dat Weapon Gun / Blaster / Shooter / Fire Nozzle Mini with Socket Joint-8 with Friction Centre 26078 / 26078.dat Animal Dog Terrier 98130 / 98130.dat Minifig Kendo Mask 98566 / 98566.dat Technic Weapon Hexagon Shield Corrected: 11467 / 11467.dat Animal Eagle Body (Complete) 93575 / 93575.dat Constraction Hand Clenched with Four Fingers and Axle Hole Rematched: 4237 / 4237.dat Container 4 x 6 x 2.333 Crate Importable: u516.dat / 4237 ~Moved to 4237 md5sum: 950f89cf330055b43559d30550761296
  14. No, the LDDextended palette, which is either a “LDDextended” subfolder or an “LDDextended.lif” file into the “Palettes” folder. To add the colours to the Extended mode’s colour palette, you need to edit/replace the MaterialSelector.xml file that’s in it. On one Wine install, I needed to recreate the .lif with LIF-Creator because LDD [wc]ouldn’t read the folder, and on another, nothing works and the colours are not in the palette. One of the little quirks of Wine I guess