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Next Nearest after a DNF
July 15, 2012
2:31 pm
Nashua, New Hampshire USA
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This is not a bug, it's your unit trying not to embarrass you. :silly:
Why would you need to know the next nearest if you can't find it anyway?? 😛
So it's training you to never admit to a DNF. 😉

I never noticed it because I never used the next nearest until very recently. :dry:

But I do notice it NOW! :blush: :pinch:


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July 15, 2012
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I notice it all the time you cheeky blighter!!!!! :silly:


July 15, 2012
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The "Next Nearest" message that appears after you mark a cache as found (and after the comments message) does not appear after you mark a cache as DNF.

It took me a while to point this out, because we don't have many DNF's and I didn't notice it for ages 😛

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