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Differnet data at different terminals

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Hello Magnus...

how are you?

It`s a long time a go since we meet us in sweden. But i always like to remember it !

I hope you enjoyed the bottle of "J├Ągermeister" my friend?

In the meantime i had regoniced something strange at the project GC.

I use it on different devices with the same login. For example PC, cell phone and Laptop

And i received only on my PC the current data.

When I try a login from the cell phone, i received permanetly datas from more than one year ago.

Do you have an explanation ready?

I would be very happy about a helpful answer!

Take care of you and found a lot of nice geocaches as well!

Best regards,

Markus
asked Dec 3 in Support and help by Raptorracer (120 points)
Year? That is a lot. What browser are you using on the cell phone? What OS does it run? Could it go through some caching proxy?
Hi Jakuje..
THX for your fast reply in my case!
I am using safari on the iphone, Firefox on the PC and on the Laptop.
At the meantime i figure it out that the my Filter attitude are "frozen".
The actual data is up to date after a few days but not at the Top Finders ranking for example.
There are very old key figueres on it and its not posible to up date them! The differnt is curently 608 founds between the Pc and the cell phone. I realy don`t know why. And 608 founds is close to 1year in my case!
Maybe the cell phone safari browser is blocking something?
But I don`t know what`s a cacheing proxy are?
Hopefully you have any other answers for me?
Best regards, Markus

2 Answers

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Try deleting cookies in your browsers on your various devices. These do remember some settings that can cause your symptoms.
answered 6 days ago by the Seagnoid (Expert) (34,770 points)
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I would also reccomend to delete the Cookie but also the Browser cache and history

  1. Click on the Safari drop-down menu and select Preferences.

  2. Click the Advanced tab. Select the Show Develop menu in menu bar checkbox and close the Preferences window.

  3. Select the Develop drop-down menu. Click Empty Cache.

  4. Note: You may want to also clear your browser history.

Do you also have problems with safari and challenge checker or coordinate checker within the listing of caches?

answered 5 days ago by supertwinfan (8,000 points)
Hello supertwinfan...
the success, was to delet the browser history.
Show here the path...
Settings => Safari => Advanced => Webside Data => Remove All Webside Data
Then the webside displayed the current datas again.
Thanks your for your helpfull anwer!!!
Best regard, Markus
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