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PQ won't load into GSAK


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That is an odd name for a pocket query file. Did it come that way in your e-mail, or did you (or your computer) rename the file? The file in your e-mail should be named something like 123456.zip (if you ordered them zipped) or 123456.gpx (if not zipped).

 

What happens if you rename your file to "gpx.zip" instead of "zip.gpx"???

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That is an odd name for a pocket query file. Did it come that way in your e-mail, or did you (or your computer) rename the file? The file in your e-mail should be named something like 123456.zip (if you ordered them zipped) or 123456.gpx (if not zipped).

 

What happens if you rename your file to "gpx.zip" instead of "zip.gpx"???

Oh, man I can't type! The file name was 2924707.zip

Looks like SQ has the link to the problem and the fix is being worked on. Thanks for the replies!

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I just ran a pq of our total finds and the resulting gpx file is useless.

 

Apparently it is not just gsak, I use macaching and get a similar error message, i tried loading it into MacGpsPro and it does not work either.

 

Seem so have started after the .loc problem was fixed, are they related?

 

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I opened it up in a text editor and can see the billion of text, but an obvious problem did not pop up.

 

It is possible I can fix my file in a text editor. What is the header supposed to look like? I did not keep any of the older gpx files to compare.

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