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    ciarmer got a reaction from raritan in Corrected Coordinates   
    Just as an FYI .... I'm not sure how they do it, but both GSAK and Geosphere identify caches with corrected coordinates when pocket queries are downloaded. In addition, both the original and the corrected coordinates become part of the cache's data.
     
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    ciarmer got a reaction from ThePinkTeaspoon in Bulk Logging   
    I was out caching today and found five caches. I logged each of these as finds and at the end of the day I had five Pending Geocache Logs (waiting to be posted as field notes).
    It doesn't look like there is a way to upload all of these field notes at one time rather than one at a time. Is this correct?
    Are there plans to include a way to upload in bulk? It doesn't take too long to upload five caches individually, but it might get a bit tedious if one has 20 or 30 finds waiting to be uploaded as field notes.
     
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    ciarmer got a reaction from ElectroQTed in GSAK Integration   
    Sounds great Nic. Can you also confirm that if it were working properly, the only thing that would happen is that the notes field in GSAK would be populated? That is one issue for me. The additional issue, or question for me is how would I import my found logs into GSAK in a way to change the "Found" status in GSAK. I guess I'm also looking for a way to convert those logs to a GPX file so that they could me imported into GSAK. Thanks so much for the quick replies.
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    ciarmer got a reaction from ThePinkTeaspoon in Bulk Logging   
    I was out caching today and found five caches. I logged each of these as finds and at the end of the day I had five Pending Geocache Logs (waiting to be posted as field notes).
    It doesn't look like there is a way to upload all of these field notes at one time rather than one at a time. Is this correct?
    Are there plans to include a way to upload in bulk? It doesn't take too long to upload five caches individually, but it might get a bit tedious if one has 20 or 30 finds waiting to be uploaded as field notes.
     
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    ciarmer got a reaction from ThePinkTeaspoon in Bulk Logging   
    I was out caching today and found five caches. I logged each of these as finds and at the end of the day I had five Pending Geocache Logs (waiting to be posted as field notes).
    It doesn't look like there is a way to upload all of these field notes at one time rather than one at a time. Is this correct?
    Are there plans to include a way to upload in bulk? It doesn't take too long to upload five caches individually, but it might get a bit tedious if one has 20 or 30 finds waiting to be uploaded as field notes.
     
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    ciarmer got a reaction from Nic Hubbard in Distance to cache location   
    Yes. Very strange...... Because I can't replicate it either. Next time it happens, I'll try to identify the circumstances. Hopefully, I wasn't imagining it...!
    Seems like Bolling was able to replicate it with the current Beta version?
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    ciarmer got a reaction from Nic Hubbard in Combining Offline Lists   
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    ciarmer got a reaction from Bolling in Bearing Indication   
    I've posted this as a question assuming the feature does not currently exist.
    When viewing a "Live" or "Offline" list of caches, a mileage indicator is provided in the list for each cache. Is there a way to include (perhaps as an option), an indication of bearing from your location to the cache location? So, for each cache in the list, it would show, for example, 1.2 mi NE.
    The same type of bearing indicator would be very helpful on the cache details page as well.
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    ciarmer got a reaction from Nic Hubbard in Bulk Logging   
    Thanks, Bolling and Nic for the quick responses. I appreciate it!
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    ciarmer got a reaction from Nic Hubbard in GSAK Integration   
    Not only does it help clear things up, it solves one of my largest issues. Now that I know where to input the text file (clearly I was importing it into the wrong place), it works perfectly. But it goes beyond just giving me a simple place to create offline logs, it also automatically modifies the "Found" status in GSAK as soon as the Cachly file is read into GSAK. Perfect!
    Thanks so much, Nick for not only solving my offline logging issue but also for having the patience with me that actually led to a resolution of my GSAK integration problem!
    As another Geosphere refugee, I am loving this app more each day!
     
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