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Yes. These two sets, and basically every other LEGO set that has been produced, are compatible with one another. The major exception to this rule is DUPLO, which is twice the size of regular LEGO system bricks. However, even DUPLO is compatible in some ways. These two sets are both essentially just boxes with lots of bricks in them. They may include some ...
The LEGO Scala flowers and butterflies also fit. You can see them on this page: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?catType=P&catString=102 Also the LEGO Belville, flower, butterfly (same as Scala) and ladybug. You can see those here: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?catType=P&catString=48 And from LEGO Friends all the other flowers ...
Yes. These sets are fully compatible with other LEGO sets. LEGO Junior is simply a theme within the LEGO System (just like City or Star Wars). It uses exactly the same bricks as regular LEGO. The models in Juniors sets tend to be simpler and use more basic bricks, but the bricks are all compatible. The main "incompatibility" within the LEGO System is from ...
B. Stay with OS X Mavericks. I can confirm that bluetooth no longer works with Yosemite. Spent two hours trying to make it work, but in vain.
If I'm understanding you correctly, you're talking about the molding cavity directly underneath the stud (that actually goes up into the stud), and not the main tube cavities under plates/bricks (that are actually offset from the studs). If that's the case, no, I'm not aware of any element that "intentionally" fits that space. First off, I don't think that ...
He's made by Tyco as part of their "Super Blocks" range You can see the guy on the label.
That figure is a Tyco Super Blocks minifigure. I can't find any sets that your figure came in, but you can see in the following picture that the soldiers are the same proportion and style as your figure. Unfortunately, Tyco Super Blocks is one of the oldest LEGO-clone brands, so there's not a lot of information on their product on the internet.
I have run the LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 software successfully on Yosemite Beta for a couple weeks. The only problem I have had is that I cannot get Bluetooth to work. The bluetooth problem appears to be at the OS level rather than a software compatibility issue though. Update: I reported this to Apple via https://bugreport.apple.com. It was marked as a ...
Without further specification, unless I read your question wrong, ANY normal brick-type element can be connected to the cavity under a stud - the whole principle that LEGO was based on, basically. Anything that has a stud on it will fit. If you rather meant "non-stud" elements such as hands, signs, rods, etc., please update the question to make it more ...
The educational software of mindstorms is not yet updated.(Version 1.1.0) If you download the free version of mindstorms (Version 1.1.1) you can connect via Bluetooth under Yosemite to your brick!
You can use the EV3 bluetooth blocks in the blue tab of the programming software. One thing though: The two bricks have to have different names. Like "Kim" and "John". Check the EV3 help too.
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