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If your are running a Windows PC, you may have a look at http://geosheep.4fan.cz/en/GCzII-CL-Downloader , see doc I wrote in an "open" Wiki : http://geosheep.wikinet.org/wiki/Main_Page

I'm not sure it will help for multi, but it works great for description, images, logs, hint, maps ... and I hope WayPoints .
Yes, it download waypoints and show it on GCZII (and many more).
I use the downloader in the same Folder like gczii on my sd-card, so the data is up-to date without any copy-work.

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Default GCz for ARM

Hi Tom,

I had a chance to see your great GCzII application. Unfortunately my device is poor ARM only so your application compiled for Thumb does not run on it. I have searched for other alternatives but your application is simply the best. And you know that, many people told you already ;)

I am not a specialist for WM development so maybe it is a stupid question ... but ... couldn't you recompile your application to ARM CPU type and make it available for us?

Thank you very much!
 
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I suspect I know the answer to this, but I have found it hard to search through these pages for a clear answer.

I am using a Windows Mobile device and found it impossible to view the Geocaching,com details on its tiny screen.
The GCzII application looked like it was just what I needed, but trying it out today, it displays the list of caches in my area, but I can't get the detail.

The download runs, but then displays a message - 0 cache(s). Clicking on one of the caches gives the message 'cache not found'

Am I right in believing that this is due to a change in the way that Geocaching.com displays the cache details? (ie GCzII is basically a screen-scraping utility).

Is there an alternative tool?
 
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I have found it hard to search through these pages for a clear answer.
Hello,

You catched all of it . The only real alternative is to feed GCzII with all caches info downloaded from a Windows PC, I use this solution regularly and it's fast and easy :
- download software here : http://geosheep.4fan.cz/en/GCzII-CL-Downloader/
- see Wiki explanations here : http://geosheep.wikinet.org/wiki/Main_Page and don't hesitate to make changes to the Wiki.

Best regards,
Windows Mobile free application for geocaching GCzII is still alive ... just feed it with GCzII Downloader !
 
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Many thanks. I'm currently evaluating Geoscout, but will keep this in mind as an alternative.
 
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Default Cache POI

Hello,
Any program or website for creat or download cache POI for Tomtom?
In GZII i can get only 400 caches poi
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Use GSAK, then export to tomtom.

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I don't like very much GSAK program, but tanks anyway...

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