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by Geocaching Australia
12 August 19 2:26 pm
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: What's new on Geocaching Australia
Replies: 723
Views: 140865

360 Degrees

Geocaching Australia is pleased so advise that we have a new dragonZone trophy to keep up your spirits and continue your engagement and enjoyment. 360 Degrees is the name of the trophy and it's worth 3600 Points Find a valid dragonZone geocache (excluding moveables) at every degree bearing from 0 to...
by Geocaching Australia
09 August 19 10:17 am
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: Terrain? Difficulty? What's the difference?
Replies: 0
Views: 136

Terrain? Difficulty? What's the difference?

Terrain? Difficulty? What's the difference? Take our knowledge quiz and see if you can score top points. https://geocaching.com.au/quiz/qz2 There are different rules and guidelines between different listing sites. You are taking a quiz at Geocaching Australia so the Geocaching Australia listing site...
by Geocaching Australia
08 August 19 9:32 am
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: Have you ICEM?
Replies: 28
Views: 2350

Re: Have you ICEM?

Time for another update on our ICEM series of caches. We have now increased our total number of caches in the series to 108, up from 102 at the last update. With a total of 186 locations, we still have a few to go. Just a reminder, when you do publish an ICEM cache, please remember to add ‘icem’ as ...
by Geocaching Australia
09 July 19 10:45 am
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: What's new on Geocaching Australia
Replies: 723
Views: 140865

Old API

The vestiges of the old API have been removed. There is still one remaining which is the GSAK call to get your list of queries. This will remain until the macro is updated to use the new API and the apikey. This significantly cleans the code base and reduces the number of branches in common logic re...
by Geocaching Australia
03 July 19 2:36 pm
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: What's new on Geocaching Australia
Replies: 723
Views: 140865

Heatmap of Geocacher Finds

New to Geocaching Australia - Geocacher Heatmap of Finds A new map has been created to view a heatmap of all of a geocachers finds. A heat map (or heatmap) is a graphical representation of data where the individual values contained in a matrix are represented as colors. Hotter, more densely found ar...
by Geocaching Australia
24 June 19 11:03 am
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: What's new on Geocaching Australia
Replies: 723
Views: 140865

Use your MyQuery to map your DNFs

A facebook request was made to be able to create a list of geocaches which the user has logged a DNF so they can plot them on a map and "retry". In the MyQuery form there is now a selection for "I have logged a DNF", "I have not logged a DNF" or leave the radio button unchecked to ignore any DNF fla...
by Geocaching Australia
20 June 19 3:11 pm
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: What's new on Geocaching Australia
Replies: 723
Views: 140865

Centroid Over Time

Centroid Over Time - http://forum.geocaching.com.au/viewtopic.php?p=217365#p217365 Based on this request, a new maps section has been created on your cacher page that will lead to this (and in the future more) map based statistics based on a geocachers find and other log and geocache information. I...
by Geocaching Australia
19 June 19 11:38 am
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: What's new on Geocaching Australia
Replies: 723
Views: 140865

Warning Zone Checker

The "Find a Geocache Zone" page has "Warning Zone Checker" where you put in GPS co-ordinates and click 'Check'. Awesome! Simple request: can you add this "Warning Zone Checker" onto the page used to create new cache, please? A new standalone zone check page has been created and linked from the zone...
by Geocaching Australia
31 May 19 3:24 pm
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: Oh my! What has happened in NZ?
Replies: 1
Views: 202

Oh my! What has happened in NZ?

Geocaching Australia is pleased to announce that we have published over 5,000 TrigPoints in New Zealand. A TrigPoint (also known as a Trigonometric Station) typically consists of a black disc on top of four metal legs or concrete pillar, resembling a navigation beacon. It is also accompanied by a me...
by Geocaching Australia
30 May 19 9:35 am
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: What's new on Geocaching Australia
Replies: 723
Views: 140865

Allow MyQuery to exclude tags

The request: Add ability for "NOT=Tag" in My Query function so as to ignore things like cache race entrants. The result: You may now select the Excludes Geocache With Tags on your MyQuery to exclude all geocaches that have one or more of the supplied tags. Note that using wildcard searches is slow a...
by Geocaching Australia
29 May 19 9:05 am
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: What's new on Geocaching Australia
Replies: 723
Views: 140865

Archived Geocaches Map by Lat and Lon

The request: Create map of archived caches by lat and lon search. The result: By entering the lat and lon of a location, you can now see archived geocaches on a map. 1,000 geocaches will be returned to the map and will not increase even though you may pan the map. Copy and paste the URL / Internet A...
by Geocaching Australia
28 May 19 12:48 pm
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: What's new on Geocaching Australia
Replies: 723
Views: 140865

MyQuery Zone now allows for archived geocaches

A long standing request: For My Queries when you use a ZONE ID to restrict the caches archived caches are excluded due to the function that gets caches from the zone. Include archived caches if they are wanted. The MyQuery "Is Available", "Is Unavailable" or "Is Archived" checkbox will now exclude t...
by Geocaching Australia
22 May 19 4:36 pm
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: What's happening in NZ?
Replies: 1
Views: 236

What's happening in NZ?

Do you go geocaching in New Zealand. Did you ever get there and look for Geocaching Australia geocaches only to be disappointed that there were so very few around? Would you like to be finding a few more as a visitor or a local? Then something exciting is coming your way soon.
by Geocaching Australia
21 May 19 2:24 pm
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: What's new on Geocaching Australia
Replies: 723
Views: 140865

Small, non-visible changes

A few small, background changes have been implemented. Preparation for some upcoming games. Changing the home state flags to use SVG files vs. PNG files. API changes (the API developer group has been informed separately). A few minor changes. You should not see any of these, but if you notice someth...
by Geocaching Australia
21 May 19 2:21 pm
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: What's new on Geocaching Australia
Replies: 723
Views: 140865

Add to the current options on the map to hide unfound geocac

https://forum.geocaching.com.au/viewtopic.php?p=228003#p228003 I would like to ask if it is possible to add to the current options on the map to hide unfound geocaches? I know we currently have Proximity Hide My Finds Hide My Caches Show dragonZones Show LGAs Is there any chance we could add hide my...