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map of unsolved mysteries?

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I am attending a mega in October, and so now I am working on solving all the puzzle caches in the area. Problem is that it is a very manual method working out which ones I have yet to solve. Is there an easy way to get a map of unsolved mysteries?

if not could we have one please?

Tom
asked Jun 23, 2015 in Support and help by the Seagnoid (Expert) (34,120 points)

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Not right now from what I can think of.

But, adding "solved mystery"-filters is on the todo-list for our "live map" which is a work in progress. We are planning to make a real release of it in the weekend, and this far we have only mentioned it on Facebook and Twitter, to sneak it out there while testing.

The map was added to the menus just a few minutes ago, but here is the link: http://project-gc.com/LiveMap/

I can not promise exactly how our filters regarding solved mysteries will work. The most common use case is probably to only include solved ones, but I see your point and we will try to keep it in mind (I noted it down in the livemap-document).
answered Jun 23, 2015 by magma1447 (Admin) (208,230 points)
selected Jun 23, 2015 by the Seagnoid (Expert)
Not quite what I was thinking of, however the LiveMap does an awesome job of identifying which puzzle caches still need work. I still have to hunt around but at least they are easy to identify. Thanks for another awesome piece of work, Ganja1447!
Don't forget to add a legend! The info tab would work well for that. Just because I am experienced and know what all the sub-icons mean does not mean that the new users to the site will!
By the way, love the filter selection :-)
Fav slider position labelling needs fixing. Move the slider, you'll see what I mean.
Added a "legend" in our DEV-environment now. Probably wouldn't have happened if it wasn't for you, so you can take all the credit.
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/29093267/screenshot_20150624_01_8.png
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