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  1. I just upgraded to v4.90 on my 64s and the difficulty, terrain and size indicators are mission on the various cache pages such as description, hint, etc Anyone else encounter this? Downgraded to v4.80 and they're back.
  2. Had the same problem. But I couldn't log into the forums to say anything about it. Everything working fine today.
  3. 401 bytes. And yes I can. PMed you a dropbox link.
  4. Something happened recently to the Upload Field Notes. The "X records were successfully uploaded" message doesn't appear and the field notes at the bottom of the file are not imported. I have found a workaround. Entering a bunch of blank lines on the bottom of the file seems to fix things.
  5. Yeah. I've always had to hunt for that number and filter out all the people quoting the waypoint limit. I was hoping someone had one as Garmin's website also led me to believe it didn't. The units that have GGZ seem to have "250,000 preloaded geocaches" on the page somewhere.
  6. Title says it all. Note: I'm asking about the 30x and not the 30.
  7. I think someone forgot to feed the hamsters. Site is a bit sluggish and I'm getting the occasional "Server Error in '/' Application."
  8. This is a bug in the firmware. It happens on my eTrex 30 and my Montana 600. It usually happens when it crashes during the gpx indexing phase after clearing the old cache index. The first half of the green bar is when it's clearing and the second half is when it's reindexing. To get it to reindex the gpx just rename it to something else. If you don't have a computer handy and you keep the gpx files on the external storage, pull the SD card and power up fully. Then put the card back and power up again. I always give any new gpx files I put on the unit a different filename. That seems to minimize the issue. What seems to prevent the load failures completely is to delete the old gpx files and power on the unit so that it only does the clear phase. Then put the new gpx on and have it only do the indexing phase. I've also have had the unit forget the caches after a unexpected power down. I used the sd card trick to get them back.
  9. Don't worry. You can already pick what "GPX Version" you want in your account details page. Any future (planned) changes to the GPX will just add another version to that list. If you don't change that setting you'll still get the same old GPX format. Just for clarification it's not the GPX Version that would change but the Groundspeak GPX Extensions Version. The website mistakenly calls it GPX Version. Topographix is the company that defines the GPX Version. They've defined a new version but pretty much nobody uses it.
  10. This is very good news indeed. I've been waiting for those items to be included in the GPX for a log time. Since I do not have an API key, pocket queries is the only way to get information into my various programs. Reusing a field for two purposes is bad design and a bad idea. More likely corrected coordinates would get a boolean flag and the (hopefully) both the corrected and original coordinates would be included.
  11. Is it supposed to say "Build: Tucson.Main.release-20140616.Release_129" in there? All I got was: I am: WEB14 You are: ###.##.##.###
  12. That breaks a few programs that I have and without a public API I can't do a workaround.
  13. I'm getting the same thing. In addition to the log confirmation screen, the field note I logged is not being removed from my list.
  14. Very nice script. The reason I went with stylish instead of greasmonkey this time is that the greasemonkey script fires after the HTML is fully loaded. This means the icons will be the original ones at first and then switch to the replacements later. Most noticeable on the all logs page. I am experimenting with a way to get a greasemonkey script to install the styles before the HTML loads. I'll let you know if I succeed.
  15. Which browser do you use? We can help you get it working. There's no need to suffer while we complain about the icons. While this fixes it on my computer I still have to look at the bland icons on my iPad.
  16. I just tested my Stylish style on Chrome. Just remove the two top lines starting with an @ and the last curly brace. Then use the Stylish plugin to write a new style and paste in the modified text. Finally add a "Applies to" of "URLs on the domain" on "www.geocaching.com" and save.
  17. That's why I maintain all the greasemonkey scripts I use regardless if I wrote them or not. They break too often and that's because they rely on specific layouts, IDs and classes in the HTML. This stylish "script" (it's really just a CSS style) is as generic as possible. They only way it will break is if they move/rename the icons and it's very trivial for anyone to fix that themselves.
  18. 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  19. Reunion event soon?
  20. Create a pocket query that searches for the Night Cache attribute. You can just click this link and hit Submit Information to save it: Night Caches Pocket Query. You don't have to run the query, just save it and use the list or map preview icons to view the caches.
  21. Quality Power Trail? That's an oxymoron.
  22. You can also go to http://forums.Groundspeak.com/GC/index.php?app=core&module=usercp&tab=forums and uncheck the "View members' signatures when reading topics?" checkbox.
  23. I figured out that's what was going on after the first few emails came in. My first though was "That's going to take a while to re-log." Unless they're on your own caches I wouldn't worry about how other people log/don't log/mis-log their finds. It'll just end up driving you crazy. Just take a look at what happened to some of the forum regulars.
  24. The date placed is already included in the GPX which means the Send to gps plugin probably already has access to it. The problem is that your GPSr doesn't have the ability to display it. If you have a paperless GPSr then the published log and it's date will be visible in the logs. In time it will be replaced by found/not found logs but at that point those logs would be more useful that when the cache was published.
  25. That's one of the best arguments for not logging temp caches that I've seen so far. Hmmm. If I had known this when I started geocaching I would have brought 9 caches along with me. I'd throw them down with my eyes closed at GZ and then find all 10. Then I'd take my 9 caches to the next cache. That way I could log 10 finds for each one listed on geocaching.com. I could have had over 50,000 finds now. I'd have the respect and admiration from the other cachers. I'd be an über cacher!
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