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Offline GPX import - Missing data

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I keep my Found caches in GSAK. I exported them to a GPX and then imported into Cachly. I experienced the following problems with the import.

- Personal cache notes. Cachly did not import them at all but I know the data is there. Geosphere picks it up.

- Favorite point count. Cachly did not import the information but I know the data is there. Geosphere picks it up.

- Additional personally created waypoints. Cachly imported the first waypoint but no more. My test case had 12 additional waypoints. 

Pardon me if I am duplicating some previously found issues.

 

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What might help the developer is if you can create a GPX file with an example of each of the above and upload/email it him. He can then look at what GSAK is outputting. Don't send a large file but if you can create a GPX with one cache for each of the above I'm sure it would expedite troubleshooting. 
 

Are you using a specific output macro or just exporting the waypoints from your Finds database to GPX?

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44 minutes ago, Team DEMP said:

What might help the developer is if you can create a GPX file with an example of each of the above and upload/email it him. He can then look at what GSAK is outputting. Don't send a large file but if you can create a GPX with one cache for each of the above I'm sure it would expedite troubleshooting. 

Correct. This would be extremely helpful. Thanks!

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6 minutes ago, LSbatman said:

I am using version 2.0.3(4). I created an example gpx file with two caches but I am unsure how to send it. 

Please use the Contact Support option in Cachly and attach them to that email. Thank you!

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