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  1. #31
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    So once all the bugs are gone can you please post the file so we ALL can use it? Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by tat
    The files are updated, hopefully there are no more errors.

    The spreadsheet now show 3 colors. Light Blue indicates that there is at least one cache to be found on that map. Red indicates that we need to get "someone" to place a cache. Dark Gray is for the exempted maps.

    Please let me know if there are any other errors, and I'll fix them.

    Thanks all.
    For us non-GSAK users, can you give us the updated list of maps needing a cache?

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    38, 46, 48 and 57 appear to be the only maps in play without a cache.
    Last edited by tat; 06-06-2006 at 08:43 AM. Reason: Corrected typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sudonim
    For us non-GSAK users, can you give us the updated list of maps needing a cache?
    I had no idea NON-GSAK users even existed! And you Sudonim, I'm very surprised! Somebody send that guy a link!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tat
    The files are updated, hopefully there are no more errors.

    The spreadsheet now show 3 colors. Light Blue indicates that there is at least one cache to be found on that map. Red indicates that we need to get "someone" to place a cache. Dark Gray is for the exempted maps.

    Please let me know if there are any other errors, and I'll fix them.

    Thanks all.
    Are the current *.csv files saved to the link posted above? They still look like they are in "bowtie" format?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tat
    38, 46, 48 and 57 appear to be the only maps in play without a cache.
    There is a cache on map 48, but it is unavailable and it looks like it should be archived.
    "Nana's Ladybug Cache" GCJQCF

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    "Nana's Ladybug Cache" GCJQCF is archived.

    The files have been updated and should be right, but please let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cameoooooo
    I had no idea NON-GSAK users even existed! And you Sudonim, I'm very surprised! Somebody send that guy a link!
    I don't use GSAK either. I tried two earlier versions, and had to duct tape my head to keep it from exploding it was so hard to figure out. Fortunately, my backup program is still working.

    Laughing Terry's "Thank a Tacher" cache was nearly as confusing, but at least customer support was better with that. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tat
    "Nana's Ladybug Cache" GCJQCF is archived.

    The files have been updated and should be right, but please let me know.
    Gpsfun posted a note on April 19 about archiving the cache, but hasn’t archived it yet.
    http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache...b-e2ea71ff1557


    When I save delorme.zip from the link above I get .csv files which don’t seem to form a square.

    Example:
    21.csv – date modified: 6/4/06 12:22 PM with the following cords:

    44.5 -69.75
    44.91666667 -69.75
    44.5 -69.33333333
    44.91666667 -69.33333333

    Which is lower-left, upper-left, lower-right, upper-right – forming a “bowtie”

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    Wow, I can't believe I did that!!!

    The posted .csv files find 1/2 of the caches! I'll get the revised ones posted tonight.

    Sorry!

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