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excluding yosm

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I'm just wondering if it's possible to find who has found the most unique virtual caches finds without multiple logging of travelling caches such as the YOSM or Cuckoo Cache etc
asked Aug 8, 2018 in Support and help by Tentmantent (140 points)
edited Aug 9, 2018 by Tentmantent

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There is a top list, where you can simply filter a cache types. This might include some duplicates or "traveling"/locationless caches:

There is an official bookmark list that should be excluded from statistics. This is already used in statistics, if you checked the button in your statistics settings (afaik by default).

The following query will list you all virtuals finds that are from this bookmark list:

Unfortunately it is not possible to negate this filter (to exclude caches from this list), but there is planed for some time the feature in Custom Filters to support Bookmark lists, so it might be eventually possible.

answered Aug 9, 2018 by Jakuje (Moderator) (104,990 points)
Not sure I follow, sorry!
I'm not really sure I understand most of that, sorry! If by the 'top list'  you just mean listing who's found the most virtuals, that's not the problem; I can do that easily. The problem is that it includes the count for every time someone 'found' the YOSM. What I'm looking for is the discrete number of individual virtuals that have been logged ie not including duplicate logs.

What is that bookmark list a list of? I'm not sure I follow what these caches are.

Locationless caches are compeltely different and have a different icon. What I'm referring top is that small number of virtual caches that were allowed to travel to different locations. The YOSM and the cuckoo cache are the only two I know of but I'm sure there were others.

Thanks for your help and sorry if I'm being a bit thick here!
I don't know what is the YOSM cache you are still referencing. But indeed the Cuckoo caches are in the referenced list and should be used to ignore them.