DudleyGrunt wrote:I downloaded my finds GPX but I noticed that when I imported them into GSAK, it did not include that I'd found it (or the find date). I've not noticed this before, but can't say for sure if it is a new issue.
Anyone else see this?
Mr.Yuck - Any thoughts on fixing this?
DudleyGrunt wrote:I noticed that if I download the "My Finds" search results as "GPX GC" I don't get my find dates, but it I download as the basic "GPX", I DO get my find dates. A thing to remember.
DudleyGrunt wrote:No, never noticed it. I don't download my finds very often, though. But I do almost always download the GC GPX format, just to keep things as compatible as possible.
Another thing I have seen in the past and REALLY annoys me is that GSAK shows the source (src) for us (and I think all OC notes) as OX. And it can't be edited within GSAK (as far as I can see).
I THINK they may just get the source from the first letter of the waypoint. Would be nice if they could get if from the first TWO letters, but that wouldn't work for Navicache, since theirs just start with N, but the second digit could be anything.
Maybe we can check with Mr. GSAK on that.
I'm trying to finally get a good and complete DB in GSAK of ALL my geocaching finds. Think I have GS, TC, OCNA, OCDE, and Garmin complete, so far. I did noticed that the only way to download my finds from Garmin (all 4) was to download them individually AND that if a cache is archived (like 1 was), you can't download the GPX file. Had to create that one from scratch in GSAK. That ended up with the source being shown as GS. Not sure what that means, though, since the source for Grounspeak caches is generally "GC".
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