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how do you print a cache map with cache names?

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asked Sep 26, 2019 in Miscellaneous by azgoldseekers (290 points)

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A way could be using the tool Map- bookmark list

So you first have to produce a bookmark list. Then you can show them on a map. Under the map you see the list of selected/bookmarked caches.

Didn`t find a way to see the cache names within the map with project-gc.

answered Sep 26, 2019 by supertwinfan (13,360 points)
selected Sep 26, 2019 by azgoldseekers
Thank you for your response.  Do you know of any program that will do this?
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Another way could be Map compare

You comapre with yourself and filter "none found". 

Again a map is shown an the cache names under the map (but not within)

answered Sep 26, 2019 by supertwinfan (13,360 points)
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Last time I needed something like that I used Unfortunately, it looks like it is only in czech.

But it was years ago and since then I never had a need for doing something like that since I have all the caches loaded in locus.
answered Sep 26, 2019 by Jakuje (Moderator) (103,300 points)
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I was introduced recently to a chrome extension called GeoPrinter - I havent had a chance to sit down and work my way through it yet but quite a few friends use it and find it to be rather handy. Not certain if it will do what you want but certainly worth a look:

answered Oct 4, 2019 by BFMC (3,560 points)
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I found the answer.  Make a bookmark list in Geocaching . com then make it a pocket query.  Open GSAK and upload the pocket query.  Find the Macro from the list called Leaflet_Map and add it to your macro list.  Press and hold the SHIFT key then Run key.  That will open up the options menu.  Place a check mark in the "show text labels" box.  Then it will bring up your map with the caches in your list with cache names next to each cache.

Wonderful for the way I like to plan my geocaching trips.  We search our GPS by cache name when out hunting for caches.  Hope this helps others who like this type map printout.
answered Oct 6, 2019 by azgoldseekers (290 points)