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BethKatzPA

Show all stages of caches in an area

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I'm caching in a valley that has multiple multi-stage caches. I've found them all but would like to hike the area again and perhaps add a cache of my own. I'd like to be able to look at the overview map with radius circles and see all of the stages. Now, if I display corrected coordinates, the first stage doesn't show.

In addition, I'd like to be able to have a toggle to show both posted and corrected coordinates. This would let me see geo-art as art as well as searchable containers. That could be an overall setting or an individual cache setting.

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16 hours ago, BethKatzPA said:

Now, if I display corrected coordinates, the first stage doesn't show.

Do you mean once you add corrected coordinates, the pin is moved?

16 hours ago, BethKatzPA said:

In addition, I'd like to be able to have a toggle to show both posted and corrected coordinates.

This is on our list of features that we hope to add in a future version.

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As mentioned in other threads, it'd be great for it to also show all the waypoints as well on the map (with perhaps a toggle to turn it on and off, as it's not always required) - and, for physical waypoints (ie on a multi) to also have 161m circles.

This would help greatly when hiding a new cache and making sure you're well out of the way of any neighbouring cache parts.

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I like that Idea: I would like to have a switch on/off button for additional waypoints. Sometimes while hiking an area you come by stages of a Multicache and may only find out later, that you had been on the exactly spot just an hour ago to missed the question to an answer, because only the Traditionals were shown.

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