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MrGigabyte

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    MrGigabyte got a reaction from ChrisDen in Highlight a filtered set of caches?   
    Is there anyway to highlight the results of a filter used in an offline list?  For example, today I wanted to highlight a series of caches that all had a a specific phrase in the cache name. I entered that phrase in the search and it returned on the map and in the list, the caches in the series. Now, I wanted to highlight all of them, then clear the filter. So I could see where that series was in relation to other caches. Thee does not seem to be a way to apply highlight to the search results. 
      Also, I tried to do this in Live view and it would not return the correct caches from the search.    v 3.0 (11)
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    MrGigabyte got a reaction from Nic Hubbard in DNF color in overview screen   
    Assuming the Russians do not influence this vote, I cast mine as follows:
    I vote for the traditional/original colour scheme -  Yellow smile, Blue frown, etc.
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    MrGigabyte reacted to thebruce0 in Multicaches   
    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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    MrGigabyte got a reaction from Nic Hubbard in DNF color in overview screen   
    Assuming the Russians do not influence this vote, I cast mine as follows:
    I vote for the traditional/original colour scheme -  Yellow smile, Blue frown, etc.
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    MrGigabyte reacted to rragan in Note pad   
    Just be careful if you go to edit the notes on a web page. For some reason, the web page limits the total number of characters and truncates any excess when saving. Apps can store much longer notes without any trouble via the API. An extra long note can be viewed on the web but don't try to edit it there or you will lose data. 
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    MrGigabyte reacted to rragan in Search by Map window   
    Capturing this in the feature list as I've suggested it by email and I see others raising it in the Support forum. 
    This would be a search mode where only caches visible in the map view area are found. I believe the API may limit this to 100 square km so an error is needed if the view area is larger than this. This is super useful to focus searches along a route or to avoid a power trail in the vicinity. 
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    MrGigabyte reacted to ElectroQTed in Templates   
    As a Geosphere refugee, I have become quite used to creating templates for logging caches. Examples would be for FTF logs with time stamps, TFTC logs, specific logs when out caching with a group. In Cachly, I had set up the single available default log, but found it cumbersome. It was my standard "Thanks for the cache, Ted." In order to add to that default log, I have to touch the screen and slide my finger to set the cursor to the beginning of the default text, and then begin typing. With templates, I can begin typing and then insert text from templates quickly on the fly. In my opinion, text templates are an essential time saver when logging. Text templates would be a most welcome addition to Cachly.
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