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Bug in hidden dates finder? Profile shows January 3rd missing, but hidden date checker says not missing any dates

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There seems to be a problem in hidden dates finder - my profile shows I'm missing 3rd of January, but the hidden date checker says "You are not missing any hidden dates."

That can't be right. Am I doing something incorrectly or is there a bug?
asked Oct 22, 2014 in Bug reports by j-he (590 points)

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When I look at your profile, you don't have any missing hidden dates and the hidden dates finder page agrees that you don't so everything seems OK.

What fools you is probably that the profile page isn't generated every time you look at it, but all other pages are. This means that the profile page may be slightly out of date, so if you have found a cache hidded on the last missing date very recently this situation will appear. By now when I look at your stats, Project-GC has regenerated your profile stats and everything is in sync again.

The profile stats are regenerated daily if you are a paying member of Project-GC and weekly if you are not.
answered Oct 22, 2014 by pinkunicorn (Moderator) (146,750 points)
selected Oct 22, 2014 by j-he
You are right. I recently found http://coord.info/GC4WC3D and that fills the grid! :) What a coincidence. For me my profile page still shows the old values today, but it also says the data ist from 2014-10-18, so your answer seems to be correct. Strange, that it shows old data for me and new data for you. Are the statistics not generated once, but instead per user who looks at them?
Not quite, but the user the statistics are for and everyone else see different things. A few things like "cache closest to you" and so are only displayed to yourself.
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