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Reflect Found Status from imported GPX files
June 10, 2010
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When processing a new GPX file sent to the unit, read and map the "Found" status properly so a found cache is reflected as "Found" in the unit.

These tags appear to be available in the GPX files based on my observations, but I don't know what the true standard is since there appears to be different ways to represent this status (although neither gets reflected in the unit w/ 1.4 firmware)

In GC.COM's own GPX
My Finds Pocket Query
the Found caches include this tag:
Geocache Found

GSAKs export seems to indicate found status a bit differently oddly enough:
Geocache|Unknown Cache|Found
but neither produced 🙂 in 1.4 version of firmware.

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