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    Quote Originally Posted by JustKev View Post
    Nice thing about the 450 is that you can load 1000 caches and go paperless caching.
    Actually with the new API in GSAK you can now load 2000 caches. I know cause I do that now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    You cannot delete individual caches from the 450, you can only delete the entire GPX file, whether that file has one or more caches. There is a GPX folder in the GPS you can access when you plug it into your computer. You can't do it from a menu on the GPS...
    Yeah that's the one thing I have had fits about with the 450T. Is there a workaround for deleting just single caches?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy View Post
    Actually with the new API in GSAK you can now load 2000 caches. I know cause I do that now.
    Actually the Oregon 450 and 550 series will hold 5000 caches in up to 200 GPX files.


    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy View Post
    Yeah that's the one thing I have had fits about with the 450T. Is there a workaround for deleting just single caches?
    Not that I am aware of. But at least if you mark them as found as you do them, they will not show up on your nearest caches list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy View Post
    Yeah that's the one thing I have had fits about with the 450T. Is there a workaround for deleting just single caches?
    create one GPX file per cache
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    Quote Originally Posted by cano View Post
    create one GPX file per cache
    Even then, you can't delete them from the GPS.

    One alternative would be to use one SD card for each cache!
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    Post Yes that is a drawback

    Yes it is great loading 5000 caches in. When we go on a big trip like geowoodstock it makes it nice to put all the areas you plan to cache in, in one load. Or to be able to have all my unfound caches in the state loaded all the time. I do also have a PN-60 which holds 1500 at a time and you can delete one cache at a time on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainiac1957 View Post
    I do also have a PN-60 which holds 1500 at a time and you can delete one cache at a time on it.
    yes, in one gpx file, but with multiple gpx files, way more than that...

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    Yes that's true Jim. I forgot to mention that part. I do load multiple ones myself.
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