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... get a GPX file listing all my found caches?

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Hi, all - I hope this isn't too stupid a question. I searched here in several different ways but couldn't find an answer already posted, so I decided to ask directly:

 

Is there a way for me to get a GPX file listing all caches I have already found? I'm pretty sure I saw that option somewhere a few days ago, but I didn't need it then so I forgot where. I've tried using a Pocket Query with the filter "... that I have found", but that only brought up about 2/3 of my finds (I believe it omitted caches that are no longer active). The "Enabled/Disabled" flags didn't help either... with either of them checked, the search returned NO finds.

 

I seem to remember there was a simple link to do exactly this somewhere, but if there is, I can't find it again.

 

Thanks in advance for any help!

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As a Premium Member you can generate a Pocket Query with that information.

Simply go to "Build Pocket Queries" on your login, after that look at the bottom, to the last grey bar, called "My Finds"... click on "Add to Queue".

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A normal PQ is not your solution. They are distance limited and will not return archived caches. What you want is the My Finds Query (can only be run every three days), and it is fairly prominently located in the PQ generation portion of the site. One click and its done. The you have to download it.

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ruidealmeida, cardinal red, thanks for the responses! That is exactly what I was looking for.

 

It's now confirmed: I'm an idiot. I saw this a few days ago, then promptly forgot about it. I've been overlooking that very link all day until now, trying to synthesize a PQ that would do what I wanted (I couldn't.)

 

Thanks again, and happy hunting! :)

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