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Is it possible to carry out a query for flexible D/T combinations, with additional filters for country/region and/or cache type?

Maybe a 81 matrix where each cell is selectable?

Examples: A query for D/T 1/1, 2/2, 3/3, 4/4 and 5/5 for traditional Caches in Germany.

Or D/T 2,5-5/5, 3,5/4,5 and 5/1 any cache type for Netherlands to fill the international 81-matrix.
in Feature requests by Big Black Dragon (830 points)
It the question for a challenge checker or to find caches with different DT?
You can add DT and region, type requirement to the D/T matrix tool
It's not for a special challenge, it's of general interest for me. I know the D/T Matrix tool is going into the right direction, but as you only can select D and T separately, I would receive to many results. Let's take the example D/T 1/1, 2/2, 3/3, 4/4 and 5/5. If I want to get a query for this 5 combinations, I had to select D 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. For T the same. So I would also get combinations like 1/2, 3/5 or 4/2 in the results, which I don't want.
I would suspect i it not a feature that are requestes by enough users to implement it. I think the interface that has to be created will be time consumig to make and not user friendly.
Select them one by one and add to the VGPS to get a total result.
I hope that you have seen that all parameters are in the page url.
It might be and ide to create a local webpage with the links that you are interested in so they can be easy accessed.
Cloning the same url a couple of time and changing the DT is probity a faster method to check all. Open each one i a new tab and use the VGPS

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A paying member should be able to do this with custom filters.
by sumbloke (Expert) (35.1k points)
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Or you could just set up a pocket query on the caching website for particular D/Ts
by desertfoxuk (810 points)