Geocaching Tools - 161m distance radius just about finals

Mathias Dittrich shared this idea 3 years ago
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Locus offers the option to create a circle around ALL visible points of a database.


I would like if it would be possible that these cirlcles are only shown around tradis and all solved (computed) caches. So just there, where a real physical stage is existing.

At the moment, they are drawn around every cache which is not solved, too.

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Good day Matthias,


I'm worried that this idea will never have too much votes, so I'm not sure it should be ever realized.


Also mainly because for what you need exists a workaround if I think correctly. Filter and display only caches that have computed coordinates and ... done. Just use combination of filter, auto-loading of waypoints and some selection, and I'm sure you should be able to get exactly what you ask here.

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Hey Menion

Thanks for this workaround. Will try it :)

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For final waypoints, I just go to cache details, ADD NEW WAYPOINT of type Final location. All my mystery or multi caches have such waypoint. I never used "computed", there was no reason to.


Is there a way to show 161m circles around all "final location" type waypoints? Because right now, it shows them around original location

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Hello Marty,

currently, circles are draw for also for a "physical stages". I agree it makes sense to draw it also for final cache coordinates. Improved, thanks

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Cool, another good improvement I am suggesting. Is there a date of new update?

Also related question, will it make circle for default coordinates AND final position, or only ONE the final pos?

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To make my life easier ... both, cache itself and also it's final waypoint.

And update should be during next week.

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If the cache moves to the final (they are in the same place), the circle is OK.

The second option, if the cache is on the original coordinates (virtual point) then the circle surrounding the cache is incorrect. There is no limit!


This clearly indicates that the circle should only be around the final point. Alternatively, other physical stages.