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by Goldenwattle
18 December 23 11:29 am
Forum: General Chit-Chat
Topic: Logging trigs but stealing other people's photographs
Replies: 11
Views: 4536

Re: Logging trigs but stealing other people's photographs

What are we looking at? Where is the COR or trig?
by Goldenwattle
17 December 23 4:20 pm
Forum: General Chit-Chat
Topic: Logging trigs but stealing other people's photographs
Replies: 11
Views: 4536

Re: Logging trigs but stealing other people's photographs

If people did the right thing and logged at least one photo of their GPS, themselves or something representing themselves in the shot, this wouldn't be a problem. That can be difficult with some trigs and CORS, as they can be high above, and trying to hold out a GPS in one hand and a camera in the ...
by Goldenwattle
17 December 23 2:19 pm
Forum: General Chit-Chat
Topic: Logging trigs but stealing other people's photographs
Replies: 11
Views: 4536

Re: Logging trigs but stealing other people's photographs

They forget...every time?

Not similar, but the same photograph. They use someone else's.
by Goldenwattle
17 December 23 12:41 am
Forum: General Chit-Chat
Topic: Logging trigs but stealing other people's photographs
Replies: 11
Views: 4536

Re: Logging trigs but stealing other people's photographs

WazzaAndWenches wrote:
16 December 23 10:46 pm
Hmmm. The metadata for both photos indicates they were taken on the same date.
I was comparing blades of grass, trees, etc. They crop other people's horizontal photographs and make them vertical to try to look like a different photograph. From their armchair.
by Goldenwattle
16 December 23 7:14 pm
Forum: General Chit-Chat
Topic: Logging trigs but stealing other people's photographs
Replies: 11
Views: 4536

Logging trigs but stealing other people's photographs

Interesting...did they even visit these trigs? Check last finder's logs. They have taken someone else's photograph and used it, trying, but failing to make it appear a new photograph by cropping it. I called this cheating logging! TP7538 They have stolen my photograph, cropped and used it, likely fr...
by Goldenwattle
07 May 22 3:40 pm
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: Cache Owner Log Administration
Replies: 35
Views: 8250

Re: Cache Owner Log Administration

I have only checked a few of my GA cache logs and never found a false log, unlike with my GC cache logs, where I regularly find missing logs and delete finds (after contacting the logger and asking for other proof). Because I have never found any missing logs on GA, I didn't know that logs couldn't ...
by Goldenwattle
15 April 22 10:57 am
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: How many is too many?
Replies: 95
Views: 268751

Re: How many is too many?

Jigsaw caches should be kept separate. At one stage I started deleting my jigsaw solves and some other caches, as I didn't want them part of my finds. Gave up, as that was too time consuming, but I would like to be able to remove from my statistics, all jigsaw puzzles (maybe they could have a separa...
by Goldenwattle
11 April 22 6:46 pm
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: How many is too many?
Replies: 95
Views: 268751

Re: How many is too many?

Earlier I was interested in the locationless, as I saw it as a challenge to find as many as I could, but then they became never ending, so there was no longer a goal in site. That's fine; those who like that can continue playing that game. I don't now though, as there are too many, so stopped bother...
by Goldenwattle
11 April 22 6:41 pm
Forum: Geocaching Australia Web site
Topic: (dragonZone) Moveables being scored for each find by the same geocacher
Replies: 33
Views: 11459

Re: (dragonZone) Moveables being scored for each find by the same geocacher

I find that moveables are often picked up by members of a clan and then passed around other members of a clan, then held for weeks; even longer, before finally being released when away from the local area, preventing other local clans from getting them hands on them. I don't believe this is accident...
by Goldenwattle
25 August 21 2:38 am
Forum: dragonZone and Games
Topic: Changing Clans
Replies: 15
Views: 15236

Re: Changing Clans

caughtatwork wrote:
24 August 21 10:05 am
[Then you would not be able to choose Griffin.
That would not have worried me if it had been random.
by Goldenwattle
24 August 21 12:02 am
Forum: dragonZone and Games
Topic: I can't add dragon points
Replies: 2
Views: 6170

Re: I can't add dragon points

Thank you for this :)
by Goldenwattle
23 August 21 11:53 pm
Forum: dragonZone and Games
Topic: Changing Clans
Replies: 15
Views: 15236

Re: Changing Clans

Goldenwattle, I hear you. I often feel that the game is uneven. I think it's a matter of how closely the members of a clan are clustered in one district, and how much they work together. I remember when the blues were the fewest, and we pulled together (in Canberra at least) and made things change....
by Goldenwattle
20 August 21 10:10 pm
Forum: dragonZone and Games
Topic: Changing Clans
Replies: 15
Views: 15236

Re: Changing Clans

This is now one of the reasons I play the game less. It's so dominated by blue. I have lost so much interest. There's now no way to compete. I was sad to see this had been allowed. I have even considered dropping the clan bit. Becoming a 'white'.
by Goldenwattle
20 August 21 7:27 pm
Forum: dragonZone and Games
Topic: I can't add dragon points
Replies: 2
Views: 6170

I can't add dragon points

Hi, I can't add points to TP13154. (MC Red Hill East Red Hill, Australian Capital Territory, Australia)
by Goldenwattle
01 March 21 5:23 pm
Forum: General Chit-Chat
Topic: Whatever shall I log? A find? A DNF? A note? Take our quiz and see if your can score top points.
Replies: 5
Views: 2886

Re: Whatever shall I log? A find? A DNF? A note? Take our quiz and see if your can score top points.

It said I got 9, but I got 10. I clicked wrongly on the first but then made the correction, when I realised it didn't say 'log' (as in DNF), but said 'find'. One of my didn't read correctly what is written moments.