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  1. But why? Its not likely someone will re-visit a cache, logging is done after the fact, how could this possibly lead to stalking or casing someone? Outside of "will attend" logs, there is simply no way to find or stalk someone through the gc site.
  2. I can no longer seem to delete PQ download results, all are showing up with a size of "-1B". New bug?
  3. To take this a step further, I've removed and re-added the email, AND RECEIVED THE VALIDATION, proving that none of the above is the issue. Something is going on with the hand-off between gc and t-mobile, and until gc coughs up some error messages or something, there's nothing that anyone else can do.
  4. Since this did work up until very recently, its not up to me to track down gc's email issues. Best guess is that they've apparently po'd t-mobile, and they need to provide errors or work with t-mobile to fix it. Silence isn't really a good response on something like this, as they have an immediate and exact issue by simply looking at their logs. My hands are tied until gc takes action.
  5. I have a couple notifications, but one of them seems to have stopped working for no obvious reason. Last one I received was Feb 8th. I can only assume its an email issue between gc and t-mobile. The specific email address on the notification is {my10digit}@tmomail.net Yes, the email address is "validated" Yes, it worked previously No I haven't made any changes
  6. Is there a way to see a list of caches that have corrected coordinates? What about caches that have personal notes?
  7. Fixed, horrible solution, but seems to prove GC issue. Cleared all *.geocaching.com cookies. Now I do get logs, as before, however, page seems to load with similar speed as before, however, logs take FOREVER to show up.
  8. I'm having the same problem last couple hours. No changes, no blocking, javascript not disabled, seeing this on at least two computers. Something has changed on the GC side.
  9. I can't find any comparisons of the gpsmap 64s vs the 64sx. Is there much difference besides the 64sx being newer and more expensive?
  10. Looks like there's no index.html and the web server is throwing its own page out.
  11. Is this still an issue, or is something new broken? I tried visiting the page the last couple days, if I go to the base page, all I get is what looks like a domain resellers page. Now that I'm finding links, all the other pages work, just not the main page. Also my "stat bar" does seem to be updating.
  12. Did you sign the log? If you did, kindly remind them, then ignore anything further. If the log gets deleted, email Groundspeak and they will restore it and lock it to prevent the CO from deleting again. If you didn't, REGARDLESS OF THE REASON, they are right to delete the log.
  13. You've most likely logged two caches twice, or one cache three times.. PQ's are generally counted by caches, not logs.
  14. Last log on that cache was from November, so if the area burned since then, the owner may not know.
  15. Yellow Etrex... Seriously though, depends on what you do. I can't tell you how many times I've dropped, knocked, dunked, whatever my GPS, and it got wet, dirty, and everything else. Every time I was glad I bought an outdoor trail gps. Garmin and others all carry a full line of them starting in the $100 range and going up significantly, depending on features, screen size, etc.
  16. What are you doing with the mp3? Is it playing into a transmitter (that's probably your bigger power draw)? or does user plug in headphones somewhere? or is there a speaker that's going 24x7?
  17. Looks like you're looking at old data.. Registration Expiration Date: 2017-07-26T17:03:33Z And no significant changes have been made to the domain record in the last two weeks.
  18. Probably a hickup, maybe he hit a bandwidth limit or something along those lines.
  19. "GC" is a common abbreviation, no intention of involving another site.
  20. Date you found it, any other date causes confusion if maintenance issues crop up.
  21. Oh, wait, I see you have ten "lab caches", I do not believe those are included in the my finds PQ but do count toward your total.
  22. Most likely duplicate find/attended logs on the same cache. The myfinds PQ will only list a cache once, doesn't matter if you have one find, or 9 finds on a particular cache, it will, however, have all of your logs. Do you use gsak by any chance? It should be easy to find the issue if you do.
  23. You did right, the CO did wrong. At minimum, the CO should have disabled the cache until the work in the area is complete (or at least the cache is accessible again). Part of cache maintenance is controlling when the cache is accessible, and if its not, then proper maintenance is to disable until it is accessible again.
  24. Scroll down: Under "Placed During" Choose the middle option Drop down the box, and chose "the last week" or "the last month", or even "the last year" There's your newest caches.
  25. Once zoomed out to a certain levels (where the caches appear as little dots), the data isn't "real time", the map tiles at that level are only generated occasionally, and everyone see's the same data (they don't take finds, etc. into account). I don't know the schedule, but seems like I saw twice a day at some point?
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