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Hallo

Is it possible to write in all the coordinates on multicaches and mark them with 160 m circle on the map, so you can see traditionals, mystery (corrected), multicaches (corrected + all the WP) on the same map.

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To expand a bit, Geosphere has the ability to display the proximity circles as an overlay on the map, and it's also set to only show on physical waypoints - posted coordinates for physical cache types, and multi-stage and final waypoints. (reference points, parking/trailhead/virtual etc are not relevant for proximity concerns and so don't show the circle).  It's a very useful feature, especially when planning for cache placement in a busier area.

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I'd add my support to the request to have 161m circles on physical multi waypoints.  This becomes important when planning to hide a geocache and seeing where all the physical waypoints are located on the map along with all the other hides in the area.

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Almost a year is past..

still no plans about this??

and what about the possiblity to calculate a multicache waypoint from the values of A, B, C and so on and a new result with the change of a value..

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27 minutes ago, LBT said:

Almost a year is past..

still no plans about this??

and what about the possiblity to calculate a multicache waypoint from the values of A, B, C and so on and a new result with the change of a value..

Many things are in the works and in the feature list. I can't mentioned what they are right now, but stay tuned.

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Auto calculating the coordinates as A, B, etc are known is a hard problem if you want the formula and variable names to be discovered. https://heureca.net attempts to do this but there are a lot of multis it cannot handle. I've only ever got the web version to function and when you really want it you would be in the field. 

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