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Once I have completed my Finds by Found Date calendar in Profile Statistics (and got the diamond badge) I want to do it again. If I  do not have the calendar filled then finding my "dot days" - dates with 0 finds - is easy: they are white, everything else is green through to red.

But if I have completed the calendar then I have to carefully look through it looking for dates with just one find, that I need to go caching on, to complete my second calendar cycle.

Instead of havng to look carefully through the graph, could PGC subtract the lowest find count off the colours. So for an ordinary finder, 0 finds is white, one find is green, etc. For the enthusiastic cacher who has completed the calendar but only had one find on some days, then one find is white, two finds green, etc.

Alternatively we could have a button that subtracts off the lowest count to show the current cycle, but that involves changing hte view, whereas my colour idea keeps all the data there without haviing to change anything to see the state of the current cycle.

Incidentally - this could be implemented for all calendars - Finds by hidden date, hidden months, etc.

No rush. I won't complete my calendar til February!

in Feature requests by the Seagnoid (Expert) (44.9k points)

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There is a filter called "Loop" on this and some other pages (like the D/T matrix) that does exactly that. The Loop filter is only available for paying members of Project-GC.
by pinkunicorn (Moderator) (170k points)
selected by the Seagnoid (Expert)
Profile stats does not have any filter options that I can see. Where is it?
No, you should use the Needed found dates page instead.
There is also a newer version of "Needed found dates" in our dev-environment that will be released within some days from now.