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setup auto challenge checker

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I really, really tried to find it, but no clue how to set up the auto challenge checker. Any guidance, or link to some instrux, would be greatly appreciated.
asked Jun 16 in Support and help by Jbird and Zip (220 points)

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Premium members have challenge checker executed automatically and in Challenge caches map you already see (or can filter) if you qualify for a challenge or not by bottom-left corner -- green tick mark means you do and the red sign means you don't.

https://project-gc.com/Tools/Challenges?map

Similarly if challenge cache listing has checker link with banner, it already contains sign whether you qualify or not. For example here:

https://cdn2.project-gc.com/Images/Checker/31136

There is nothing needed to set up.
answered Jun 16 by Jakuje (Moderator) (104,100 points)
selected Jun 17 by Jbird and Zip
Thanks, that worked perfectly.

One more question. I was able to add a new list to the Virtual GPS. At first, it didn't appear on the Challenge Mapping page on the Virtual GPS.

After some guesswork, I realized a list name cannot have spaces. (Correct?)

Sorry, a second, related question: Question: I have two lists, but only one appears on the Virtual GPS on the mapping page. How do I designate to which list I want a cache on the map to go to?

Thanks -- this has been very helpful.
The vGPS list names can certainly have spaces, I have some with spaces in the names.

To choose which vGPS to add a cache to, select the list you want on the Virtual GPS page, then navigate to the map (or refresh the page if in another window/tab). You should see your selected list name in the toolbar at the top of the page.
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