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Thread: Just to start a conversation! delayed logging a find?

  1. #21
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    Definitely the date you signed the physical log. If it was the date you logged online, there would be no need to give you the ability to edit that date.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterski View Post
    Delayed log...now could someone confirm for me what it means when you go to the computer cache page to log in and it says date logged? Are you logging there the date on the moment you are there to log it on the computer, or are you putting in the date that you signed the logbook at the cache site?
    I've always taken it to mean the date you found the cache. Many times I have logged finds the next day. I discovered that if you change the date on GC.com once, it will remain that way for the rest of the log entries.
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    What about delayed logging of an FTF? We can have some fun with this topic...

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    If you delay logging the actual 'physical' logbook, and someone signs before you, you're not FTF!
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    Oh well I know that!!! HA HA HA Never done that before... why would I???

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