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What do the color codes mean in the top streak page?

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I see some red, dark green and light green.
asked Jan 24, 2015 in Support and help by chrispt (1,870 points)

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I saw explanation in translation page, but I have no idea why it is not shown on

http://project-gc.com/Statistics/TopStreak?profile_name=Jakuje&profile_country=Czech+Republic&submit=Filter

Green - Active streak
Light green - Streak broken the last day, might be due to late online logging
Red - Broken streak
 
ganga, can you tell us, why this hint is not shown on top page?

 

answered Jan 24, 2015 by Jakuje (Moderator) (85,770 points)
I compared the colors with the profile stats of different cachers. I definitely can find light greens, with streaks broken not only the last day but longer than the last week.
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I dont have official information about this, but this is what i found out:

 

Red means the streak is already finished.

Dark green means the streak is not finished. (Newest log of the streak is not older than 1 week)

Light green means the streak is maybe finished (Newest log of the streak is not older than 1 month)
answered Jan 24, 2015 by Kleinanzeige (340 points)
The times vary. There are both day streaks and month streaks (FTFs), but in principle you are right.
I only mean caching streaks (no FTFs), which are consecutive days.
But cause of the fact you can log founds in the past, you can never say if a streak is really broken. So the colours mark the time past the last online log of the streak.
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