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  1. Team DEMP

    entering waypoints offline

    I seemed to be able to replicate this. I opened a multi cache in live view and put my phone in airplane mode. I went into waypoints and added a new one called stage 3. Cachly seemed to save the waypoint but when I went back out to the live map screen and back into the cache from the map, the waypoint I added was no longer listed. Then I selected an offline list (downloaded PQ) and a multi cache from that list, performed the same steps as above, and when I went out and back into the offline list multi cache, the waypoint WAS there and saved. Still in airplane mode, went back to the live map, selected a different multi cache, performed the above steps saving a new waypoint and it wasn't saved when going out and back into the cache. What I see from the above little test is if you are offline and working in an offline list, Cachly seemed to save the waypoints but not if offline when loaded from the Live map screen.
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    Mobile Network Signal Multi's

    I usually operate with offline OSM maps regardless of signal. I might temp switch to Google satellite view but then back to offline. I can have full 4G LTE and in usually use offline maps. Not sure the above approach would work for me or what the downside is as I normally Send Now while caching and might not launch Cachly after I'm home and back on wifi.
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    Cachly 2.1 and map clustering input needed

    Is clustering something that is determined by the total number of possible map points in the set of possible map points or is it something that is more accurately discussed within any given map display window on the device at a given time? As an example, if a list has 2000 caches, but only 64 might be displayed at the current zoom level of the map and what is displayed, will clustering of those 64 possibly kick in or might they display the 64 individual map points like we see today? I ask because if I use the official geocaching app, the clustering seems to remain even at a zoom level that Cachly has no issue displaying individual caches. So is the constraint the total number of map points (caches) on the map or total number of map points (caches) loaded that might display even if not on the active screen? And if the clustering would still be there, do you have control over when it unclusters as the geocaching.com app seems to still cluster when it shouldn't. Here's about the 2 same screens showing the clustering behavior in the official app vs what we see today in Cachly. Of course I prefer the Cachly screen because I can see much more info.
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    new to cachly - multiple questions

    1) click the gear icon at the top of the map where you'd enter the GC code, etc and you'll have filters to adjust what is displayed, including hiding your finds. 2) padlock stops manual map rotation. Automatic map rotation and audio or manual planning and zoning will still work. 3) you can't adjust the info displayed when you click on the icon. Clicking on the pop-up will display the full cache screen within the app which includes the cache owner. 4) not currently a way which is an iOS constraint as far as I know. 5) GC needs to be entered. The following is supposedly undergoing changes for the next release so the behavior might change. I hope the above helps.
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    Note pad

    I use the Cache Note on the cache page screen that shows Description, Hint, etc. The cache note two-way syncs to Geocaching.com with the Personal notes.
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    DNF color in overview screen

    The traditional icons/color are a bit more obvious/natural then the pure color ones but I use it as a glancing reference. I'm ok with either but if I needed to vote, I'd select the traditional site ones - yellow smile, blue frown, etc.
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    Mark as found

    For me it makes sense to be separate because you can do the following based on which are checked... Upload public log immediately Upload field note immediately Upload public log later Upload field note later You need 2 options that are separate to handle those 4 scenarios. At least I think you can do all 4 - I really just use #1 myself.
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    Offline GPX import - Missing data

    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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    Mark as found

    You can send field notes in real time with send now or you can not send now and send later such as when you are home on wifi. But you have to send them at some point. Currently you must send one by one, if you have multiple, but a future release will allow a bulk send. Does that help?
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    Downloading PQs from computer

    Just wondering if the question might be that when he wants to load a new PQ onto his phone, can it be done without internet access available? I don't think so but I might be mistaken on some trick. The cacher could download all the PQs if his phone as space and then switch within the app, but based on how I read the original question, they want to load PQs as they enter areas, and those areas don't have internet access.
  11. I might have missed this as an existing request but I couldn't turn up anything in search. On the main Cachly screen, if you click Logs at the bottom, it brings up your recent logs and shows my icon, the GC code, Found/Not Found/Maint/etc, date and log text but it doesn't show the cache type. Could the cache type (Traditional, Multi, Mystery, Virtual, etc) be displayed on this screen as well?
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    Add cache type to Found/Not Found logs

    Darn that lame API. I should have known!
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    Navigate to dropped pin

    I did this multiple times today so it should be working as you want. You can't do it from the main map screen but once you select a cache and click the Navigate to Cache button, on the map that is displayed you can click to place a new point and then Set as Target as Nic described above. Just make sure you are on the Navigate to Cache screen first.
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    Cachly vs Geocaching App Online Review

    Wherever the official app had the advantage (really a feature that Cachly couldn't provide) it's where Groundspeak doesn't provide a viable mechanism for apps like Cachly that must conform to their API to provide the feature - messaging, "live" view as you drive, etc.
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    pre-registered log for each type of log ?

    Not yet today but this request has been made...
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    Bookmark Lists

    I would personally prefer the current sort order over alpha. It matches what I've been recently doing with those most recently used bookmarks at the top of the Cachly list. Putting them in Alpha wouldn't kill me but it would be less productive for me in how many I have and how I work with them. Just one person's opinion.
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    Bookmark Lists

    The order appears to be based on the last time the bookmark list was updated (cache added or removed). When using Bookmarks on the geocaching.com site, the site auto selects the last one that was added to so you don't need to reselect, but when you want to change it lists them alphabetically. For me, the order that Cachly shows makes the most sense but I have < 10 bookmark lists. I could see someone with 50+ not hoping they spot the specific list while scrolling though. (Side note: I'd like to see the throttling level adjusted on the forum. I've run into it a few times and need to hope I waited long enough before trying again).
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    Moving saved lists from classic app to Cachly

    This specific classic feature had been discussed a lot in the Geocaching forums. It seems to be data that is stored only on the phone and not synced to the Geocaching website. Classic users are asking about the same thing moving to the new official app and I haven't yet seen anyone indicate an approach. I don't know what will happen come March 23rd and if the app won't launch or you can launch it but not access new caches, etc? If you don't know either you might start at least creating a text file on your computer with whatever you don't want to lose.
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    Newbie on Cachly

    The 27k cache GPX file is too large for the current version of Cachly. The developer is working on supporting larger GPX files in an upcoming release. Until then, you can load multiple GPX files so split the GPX you have if you really need 27k caches loaded on the device at the same time.
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    Mark as found

    Another approach when logging is to enable the Save As Field Note option. You can then edit all your logs as field notes on the Geocaching.Com site vs directly uploading to the respective cache pages.
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    Mark as found

    After you log a cache where it's not sent immediately, it will show under your pending logs list. At the bottom of the main window on the right is an icon for More. Click More and in the screen that opens is an option near the top for Pending Geocache Logs. When you click into that all your pending logs are displayed. You can edit any pending log by clicking it in the list. You can change it there from Found to Not Found. In the list of Pending Logs, if you slide one to the left in the list, you will see a standard iOS Delete option to completely remove the pending log. I hope that helps.
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    Satellite Views

    Aha! On my iPad I see 39 ft displayed.
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    Satellite Views

    I have an iPhone 6. For GC5FC5N I see the following in the distance scale: Apple Satellite Flyover 0-25-50 ft Google Satellite 0-25-50 ft Apple Satellite 0-50-100ft I can't zoom in any further on the above.
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    Satellite Views

    It's not an urban area but it's not rural. I'm just not sure I'm looking at whatever it is that shows 39' resolution that was mentioned at the start.
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    Satellite Views

    The cache I was looking at was a solved puzzle so I found another nearby that I don't see a difference on, but maybe I'm not sure how to tell there's a difference. I picked GC55PAK . When I zoom in as far as I can on Google Satellite or Apple Flyover, I see the same screenshot and can't zoom in farther on either. Both show 0 ... 25 ... 50 as the distance bar. How are you able to tell it's 39' vs 50' or is the image for my area 50' for both?