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I was reading this Wikipedia article that states:

Some people have uploaded custom (Lego) model creations for others to download into their version of Lego Creator. Tools used include LDraw, LegoDigitalDesigner and other LCA model format model software.

Is this possible, and can custom shaped or coloured bricks be imported?

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Purely out of curiosity, is there a reason you want to use Creator rather then LDD or something else a bit more modern? – Nathan Stohlmann Jan 4 '12 at 3:14
Probably because Creator allows you to interact with models instead of simply view them. Do you know someone that shares lca models? – user590 Jan 12 '12 at 12:03
Normally a statement like that on Wikipedia would require a citation - odd that it's missing... Anyway, digging around elsewhere, the Brick model files had more than just the model data - they had actions, etc. associated with them, so aren't the same format as the LDD elements. – Zhaph - Ben Duguid Jan 12 '12 at 12:52

Unfortunately, that's not a factual statement. I contacted the Wikipedia user who added that content, and he informed me that that statement was in error. You can add custom models, but not directly from LDraw, LDD, or similar tools.

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