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Update or Alternative to PQDL?


ryanr69

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I have been using PQDL for a LONG time from LeoLuk (http://www.leoluk.de/paperless-caching/pqdl/pqdl-en#TOC-Download) and it seems to now be broken after the latest changes in the gc.com website.

 

Does anyone have an alternative that works?

 

Basically, it logs into your account, from a windows machine, grabs all your pocket queries, and drops them into a folder, that you can then write a quick batch file to move them to your gps device.

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I use GSAK. It uses the API with gc.com to download your current PQs and import into the database, then you can create all sorts of filters based on pretty much anything to select the caches you want. Then you can export them out to whatever file type you choose.

 

Users are constantly creating macros to allow you to do more also. And its well supported and widely used. It is a 'paid for' product, but comes with a trial, so check it out!

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I use GSAK. It uses the API with gc.com to download your current PQs and import into the database, then you can create all sorts of filters based on pretty much anything to select the caches you want. Then you can export them out to whatever file type you choose.

 

Users are constantly creating macros to allow you to do more also. And its well supported and widely used. It is a 'paid for' product, but comes with a trial, so check it out!

 

I use a GSAK macro which uses PQDL but not the one mentioned above as far as I can tell. Sorry - I had problems in October last year & the author of the macro sent me a link to Sourceforge: http://sourceforge.net/

 

who had developed a new version of the PQDL program. Perhaps it is too early yet.

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I have been using PQDL for a LONG time from LeoLuk (http://www.leoluk.de...en#TOC-Download) and it seems to now be broken after the latest changes in the gc.com website.

 

Does anyone have an alternative that works?

 

Basically, it logs into your account, from a windows machine, grabs all your pocket queries, and drops them into a folder, that you can then write a quick batch file to move them to your gps device.

 

Just went into that site a bit further & it is the same one you mention. His blog has the fix with the problem being caused by the Facebook integration.

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