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I use fieldnotes just to "save" a cache for later logging via GSAK. Normally my logtext in Cachly is empty. Only when I take trackables I write something like "TB out" in the text.

GSAK shows logs with a text bolded which makes them recognizable. Now Cachly adds "(null)" to every empty log. Is it possible to stop Cachly from doing this and just add a completely empty log?

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I log a cache and just save the entry (no sending to geocaching.com). Then I export the find to a text file.

It ends up like this:
GC8AV78,2020-09-21T09:46Z,Found it,"(null)"

It should look like this:
GC8AV78,2020-09-21T09:46Z,Found it," "

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7 hours ago, Mark said:

I log a cache and just save the entry (no sending to geocaching.com). Then I export the find to a text file.

It ends up like this:
GC8AV78,2020-09-21T09:46Z,Found it,"(null)"

It should look like this:
GC8AV78,2020-09-21T09:46Z,Found it," "

Have you tested on Cachly 6.1? This should have been fixed in our recent update.

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7 hours ago, Nic Hubbard said:

Have you tested on Cachly 6.1? This should have been fixed in our recent update.

Yes. I deleted the old list of caches, started new, "logged" one cache, exported to iCloud Drive, opened in Windows and still the same.

Then I did the same using Dropbox and it works as expected. Exporting after that again to iCloud worked too.

I did a little test.
Exporting to iCloud: "null"
Then exporting to Dropbox: " ".

Then I deleted all drafts and started new:

Exporting to Dropbox: "null"
Then exporting to iCloud: " ".

It seems like there is something weird in the export.

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