Geocaching.hu: geocaches are not imported properly
I use the site geocaching.hu, because I prefer this to gc.com. This site is much better adapted to our country, with more detailed caches. (This is of course a matter of personal opinion :))
The problem is that exporting caches from the site and importing them into locus works, but there are some problems:
1 - some 'regular' caches that have additional point references like: park your car here, take photos here. These are not handled well. Most of the time they are imported but they are made visible separately not as waypoints of a cache. So if the cache is visible all its waypoints are because they are not treated as waypoints of the cache. They are not present as items in the waypoints screen of the cache.
It would be desirable to treat them as waypoints that way the map would be organized much better.
I have attached two logs that work differently for some unknown reason. The 'fine' works as it should, the 'wrong' handles waypoints badly.
So there are some caches that work as intended as the example above shows, but I could not figure it out using the gpx files. I tried to analyze them to see where they go wrong but to no avail.
2 - Multi geocaches: I usually get "point with the same name already exists" message if I import a cache. Thise leads to show only one waypoint of a multi cache: the final one. It would be nice if it could be handled properly and group them together in one cache: I mean the cache would be the first/last of such occurences, and the others that want to overwrite it should go to the waypoints as intended.
I have checked a file and include one for example, the urlname tag could help to see that the file contains seemingly two caches whereas they belong together, hold many common info, but one of them should just be a waypoint.
3 - Waypoint/Coordinate descriptions are included in the long description field of the gpx and they are not formatted nicely. I have attached a screenshot. They could be hidden as they are useless there. Or it would be nice to make them 'clickable'. If clicked they could show that point on the map. (Just like when an address is being searched for locus places a simple icon there)
Note: gpx files are compressed, the site would not accept them as gpx files.