+Jamie Z Posted March 10, 2005 Share Posted March 10, 2005 I was chatting with Woof! the other day and she devised what I thought was a very clever way to keep track of your finds during a cache run. Since I'm a forum junkie, and she isn't, I thought I'd post this technique on her behalf for others to benefit. Here's how it works: Woof! went on a cache run one day where she found oodles of caches. After each cache she would delete the waypoint from her GPS. When she got home, she wondered how she could easily recall which caches she'd found. She loaded all the remaining waypoints from her GPS into a blank GSAK database. This gave her a list of all the caches she didn't find. Next, she user-checked all those caches in GSAK. Now she cleared the GPS memory and reloaded the original waypoint set from the beginning of the day. Then once again sent these waypoints to the same GSAK database. She created a GSAK filter for all waypoints which aren't user-checked. Voila, a list in GSAK of all the caches she found that day. Jamie Quote Link to comment
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