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  1. Correct, yeah thats wierd...
  2. I dont have a *pip* clue what the hell I was doing. I was trying out searching for basically every number between 1-99 to find any other match than 24 in materials since I figured that must be the color reference. For some reason I must have missed 21 :P Didnt understand what you ment by developer mode at first but now I've found it and it's like opening a whole new door to LDD :) Many many thanks for mentioning it. Have never heard about it before. And last but not least. My problem was resolved and the missing piece was found! Thanks you all!!! :)
  3. Thanks alot t-brick. Found it while searching in spotlight even though the library folder was "hidden" But just as SylvainLS said it was of no use. The info about searching for yellow or red pieces was not possible. Couldnt find any referens to color in the file at all. And opening the file in LDD rendered the model in all yellow, with the missing piece still missing :( No one else haveing any good intel on how to find out what brick is missing? Thanks!
  4. Hi everyone! I found an old post here on the forums regarding the UnplaceableBricksDump.lxfml file. This file could be opened in a text-editor to figure out what parts had been removed because they were placed incorrectly. It said something that all pieced in this file got yellow and the once that had been removed in the lxf-file would be red here so it would be easy to search for them and find out what piece it was. However, the answers in that post only covered this file in a windows-environment and I have tried to find this file on Mac for quite some time now. Does anyone know where this file might be placed on OSX? Does it go by the same name and the same file-extension or is it something different? Hope someone can help me?
  5. Thanks all for the nice comments. About to buuld a wooden frsme so I can transport it. It will also allow me to get it set ut for much better photos and maybe a video. Many who have asked about the LDD file lately and I will try to make a manual and smsll description and publish it. Will get back on that. Once again! Thanks
  6. Thanks! They are designed to move and they do but the problem is the weight and the fact that all the pieces do only fit like 99.9% and because of that pieces from the crawlers get stuck with the main structure. But in a 100% perfect world, they would move :)
  7. cefa

    [LDD] Ice Piercer LD-118 (Ice Planet)

    A new topic with the finished MOC can now be found here
  8. After many hours and lots of money spend my MOC is finally done. I posted a topic about my LDD project on february 8 and got some nice response. Now, almost 11 months later, The MOC is done. It consists of over 25700 pieces and took several weeks to build and assemble. At the moment it stands on our unfinished second floor and since it weights so much Im having a hard time moving it. So I had to decide to take pictures with crappy background or wait until I got some help to move it and set up a mini studio to take some nice photos. But I was to eager to show the creation so Im sorry, but you will have to excuse the crappy background of the pictures and also the crappy quality of some of the pictures. Hope you like it and you can find more pictures on my Flickr-account. LD-118_Ice_Piercer by Kim Cefa, on Flickr LD-118 Ice Piercer by Kim Cefa, on Flickr the_crew by Kim Cefa, on Flickr Hope you like it have a very nice end of the year 2016! Thanks, Kim Cefa
  9. Very nice :) Would really like to know how you build the tail lights. What did you use as a center piece to get all the small satellite dishes to face bottom out? [EDIT] SOLVED IT! :)
  10. I FOUND IT, I FOUND IT, I FOUND IT.....soo happy :P How the heck did I miss it, looked everything over 3 times :P
  11. Have you found it....have been so looking forward to this piece but...but where is it??? :( Update: Looked through everywhere if they misplaced it but cant find it...did they seriously forget/ignore it...
  12. cefa

    [LDD] Ice Piercer LD-118 (Ice Planet)

    Thanks for the nice comments. Alot has happend in the structure to keep it from collapsing from the weight when I actually build it. But the visible parts still the same. Washed all my lego yesterday and sorted it. Now I just have to go over what I got and what I need to buy to avtually build it :)
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    [LDD] Ice Piercer LD-118 (Ice Planet)

    Hi! Thanks for the comments. The front wheels do turn. The crawlers however is a bit more difficult. In my mind and the way I designed them I think they will work when its actually built. Its not as simple as a turning mecanism so I cant test it in LDD.
  14. cefa

    [LDD] Ice Piercer LD-118 (Ice Planet)

    Yeah, got the same suggestion from the swedish forum but had a hard time finding a program working with mac. Will take a look at BlueRender.
  15. Hello guys and galz! I'm Kim, a new member here from Sweden. Just got back into Lego and thought I share my first projekt with you. I've always liked Lego and I loved Ice Planet since it was released. Had the entire set when I was young but sold it. In recent years I've managed to collect everything again and at the same time my brother bought another set for me so got almost 2 complete sets now. Some time ago when I googled Ice Planet MOC's I found this awesome vehicle.https://www.flickr.c...bin/13185640345 Got very excited and wanted to build something like it for my self. But my skills and brick count was nowhere near what I had in mind and thats when I found LDD. Have now been building my own Ice Planet vehicle in LDD for I don't know how many hours. The inspiration comes mostly from the creation I linked but also from other MOC's I found when googleing. Since there was no instructions for that vehicle...duuuh...my entire creation is made by me in LDD. I've been told on a swedish forum that taking inspiration from others, and even copy some of there work is often fine as long as I reference to the source. Hope its the same here :) Now its just the small matter of getting the cash to buy all these pieces and build the thing IRL. Its almost 20k pieces. (Donations are welcome ) You can find more pictures on my recently opened Flickr-account. Sorry, having a bit trouble to embed it in the text atm. https://www.flickr.c...602@N06/8010r1/ Now have a nice day everybody and hope someone like it