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    Default gpx to palm..help?

    I have got the gsak to send stuff to my gspr but can't seem to figure out the way to get stuff on my Palm 105.

    Please help.

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    The most popular app seems to be Cachemate.

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    nothing free out there?

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    You can have your PQ come in eBook format if you have a reader on your Palm... there may be other options, I never went past cachemate since it did all I wanted it to.

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    I am going to buy the cachemate..looks pretty awesome. Now just can't seem to find the link from the Palm to register it. lol

    Looks like ti will be much better with this than printing paper and carrying it around. The wife though will miss the decoding. She felt special. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by lwa11
    Now just can't seem to find the link from the Palm to register it. lol

    You might try looking at the options menu at the top right of Cachemate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lwa11
    nothing free out there?
    To buy a registered version of Cachemate is only 8 bucks. Best money I spent on cache software. All though GSAK is right up there as well, as far as being important to paperless caching goes.
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    I paid for cachemate and GSAK but it was giving me trouble so I went to e-book with Mobipocket. I like it a lot. It's free, it brings in all the logs, not just 5, and it doesn't have to be tweaked before download. The only thing it won't do is mark caches as found, so if I was getting a lot of caches in one day I would jot them down in the notebook function.
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    Do a filter in GSAK and ask for mountain in the description.
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    Can't seem to figure that out for osme reason. I will keep trying though. All I have bben able to do is get a query so far from geocaching.com of a 30 mile radius from my home but I can't see where to get mountains out of that. As there really isn't much here. I think like Old Spec, Tumbledown are rought 70 miles from here.

    I will see what I can do with GSAK but looks like a big learning curve.

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