Monday, July 30, 2012

New Profile Section - My WI DeLorme Progress

We've just added a new profile section - "My WI DeLorme Progress" which maps your progress on GC2C21G - The Wisconsin DeLORME Challenge Part Deux.  As with any brand new section, if you'd like to start displaying it on your profile, you'll need to re-copy/paste your profile's HTML code from the "Preview and Export Profile" page over to your profile.

If you have any questions or problems with the new feature - Contact Us or visit our Help page.

Friday, July 27, 2012

All Users Must Upload My Finds PQ and Export Profile HTML Within One Month

As noted in past updates, we've been making a number of behind the scenes changes to increase the stability of the website and give it space to grow.  The latest change requires that all users upload their My Finds PQ and then copy/paste their profile HTML code from the "Preview and Export HTML" page into their profiles.  This will need to be done sometime within the next month.  Note, if you don't display your statistics on your profile page, you don't need to do this copy/paste.  You'll probably be familiar with these steps if you use, but if you have any questions, please email us at  After one month, any users who have not done this will simply not be able to see their profile images from their profiles until they go ahead and copy over the updated code.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Tweaks and Bug Fixes

As we continue to work on some behind the scene changes to improve the stability of the site, a few other tweaks and bug fixes have been added:
  • Cacher Rankings Addition
    By popular demand, we've added a cacher ranking option to rank cachers based on how many times they've fully filled in their Fizzy grid (all the difficulty and terrain combos.)  The Cacher Rankings page can be found in the Extras section.
  • NV DeLorme Fix
    The Nevada DeLorme challenge is unique in that you can find a cache outside of the page boundaries in the small page overlap area and then that cache can be counted towards either the page with the overlap or the actual page it legitimately falls on.  The NV DeLorme profile section now takes this rule into account.
  • Better Formatting For Big Cachers
    As dedicated cachers find more and more hides, large cache totals were starting to stretch some of the profile images in unflattering ways.  We've made some tweaks to the images to allow for larger cache totals.