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- Fri Sep 23, 2011 10:25 am
- Forum: Bug Reports
- Topic: All my hidden caches not shown from my profile
- Replies: 21
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Just took a look at mine and my BITcache isn't showing up either.
- Thu Sep 22, 2011 4:25 pm
- Forum: BIT Caching
- Topic: What is BIT Caching(tm)?
- Replies: 14
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When you create the cache, you can give rough coordinates --as long as you state that in the description-- You can then print the tag and hide it. When you get the exact coordinates, edit the cache to have the true numbers and remove the comment you made earlier.
After your cache has been approved, you need to go back into it and select "Ready for search" in the first drop down box. Then towards the bottom, you have to select "Publish Now" from the three options given. After that you are good to go. To get to your cache, there should have been a link in the ...
Of course. The couple that I'm thinking of are along county highways. Country roads with the gravel shoulder and all that. I may actually be able to put a container at one of the locations. Oddly enough, I hadn't even thought about doing that. I had virtuals on my mind
So I've decided to start listing a few Benchmark Virtual caches. Many benchmarks are located on roadsides and along railroad tracks. I know the railroad tracks ones are probably not a good idea. But what about the roadside ones? Are they okay as long as there is an explicit warning in the descriptio...
You did everything right. We are always trying to build up the membership and there are quite a few open areas (no pun intended) where there aren't a lot of people playing yet. Only having 1 cache in San Antonio just means that you'll have to place more for others to find. If you hide them, they wil...