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  1. This version of Brickficiency is no longer supported Go here for Brickficiency2: Brickficiency The current version is 0.95.4. It was released on Nov 3, 2014. You can download it here: http://buildingoutlo.../brickficiency/ Brickficiency is now open source. You can get the source here: Hi all, I'd like to introduce a program I wrote called Brickficiency. If you have a wanted list or LDD file and you want to get all of the pieces in the least (cheapest) number of Bricklink orders possible this program is for you. Options Window: Sample Output: All you need is a BrickStore .bsx format file, a Bricklink Wanted list, or an LDD file. Open it with Brickficiency, tell it which countries you'd like to search, and it will do the rest. You can search for combinations of between 1 and 5 stores. It allows you to blacklist individual stores if you do not like their shipping policies. It will return prices in your native currency, depending on the responses it receives from Bricklink. Let me know what you think, if you have any feature requests or if you find any bugs. :) New in 0.95.4 There was a bug in 0.95.3 that was not extracting the database properly, causing it to crash. I believe this should be fixed now. New in 0.95.3 Brickficiency has outgrown Google drive hosting! The database will now be downloaded from dedicated hosting. New in 0.95.2 Fixed an issue in 0.95 where dependencies were not being included in the .exe. I want to keep Brickficiency as portable as possible, but for now there are a couple of folders containing DLL's that have to sit in the same folder as Brickficiency. I'll try to remedy this in the future. New in 0.95 - Proper Database, more list creation options There is now a proper database that is automatically updated. It can also be manually updated from the tools menu. Can now manually change item id numbers or double clicking on the item name brings up a change item box Can now create new lists and add parts to a new/existing list (although there is a display bug in the add item dialog) Placing the mouse cursor over a picture of an item will show a larger version of that picture. Double clicking will show an even larger image (the colour may not be accurate on the double clicked image) Selecting a single item will show which sets that item is in, and the quantities it contains. Can now (mostly) import an LDD file, thanks to! If any items are skipped, the item information (item ID, colour, quantity) will be shown in the message window. If you can figure out which part it is from the lego ID, you can still add it manually. Can now export a list to a bricklink wanted list. Fixed an issue while importing wanted lists when there is no sublists. New in 0.94 - Context Menu Right clicking on a part or selection of parts will bring up a menu with a bunch of different options that look vaguely familiar. Store total price, item quantity and lot quantity are displayed at the top of each store in the report. Item images and names in the report are now links to the item in the respective Bricklink store. 404 errors while downloading part images are no longer reported (because that was very annoying). Fixed an issue reading Bricklink database files on some computers. The price column will now display 3 decimal places, and the total column 2. Both columns will round to said decimal places. The "Calculation Options" window is now called "Calculation Options".